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Philosophical Writings (Everyman's University Paperbacks) [Paperback]

Freiherr von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz , G. H. R. Parkinson , M. Morris

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  • Paperback: 270 pages
  • Publisher: Everyman Ltd; New Ed. / edition (19 April 1973)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0460119052
  • ISBN-13: 978-0460119054
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 12.7 x 2.3 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 776,246 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars This Book Will Destroy Atheism and Evolutionary Theory 1 Nov 2008
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I refer to this book in cite 139 on page 211 of my book, 'The First Scientific Proof of God.' Although this book on Leibniz was published in 1934 and was reprinted in 1973, 1979, 1981,1983, 1984, and 1987, it is apparent that the readers either didn't understand it or failed to propagate its importance. Since I propagate it in my book by citing Leibniz many times and in specific, on pps. 210-220, its propagation might go this time. I also talk about Leibniz on my website. Search for my website through my book on Google.

In general, I expect that Leibniz and his works in this book will become the new world science once it is propagated and discussed. To help the reader, I present the book's Table of Contents of the book: "Leibniz: Philosophical Writings(1716)" I offer some of my personal research on this book below.

Edited into English by G. H. R. Parkinson (1934). First published in the USA, 1973


Of an Organum or Ars Magna of Thinking (1679)

An Introduction to a Secret Encyclopaedia (1779)

Of Universal Synthesis and Analysis (1683) [Leibniz rercognixes the linguistic problem of symbols.]

Discourse on Metaphysics (1686)

Correspondence with Arnauld (1686-7)

A Specimen of Discoveries (1686)

Primary Truths (1686)

The Nature of Truth (1686)

Necessary And Contigent Truths (1686) [Leibniz recognize's our two different truths, God'and creatiures.]

On Freedom (1689) [Freedom is absolute in God and relative in the universer.]

A Letter on Freedom (1689)

New System, and Explanation of the New System (1695-6)[Leibniz's New System destroys Newron's billiard-ball system.]

On the Principle of Indiscernibles (1696) [The principl of indiscenibles says that the immortal indivisibles of Nicholas of Cusa and Galileo are found in every body in the universe.]

On the Ultimate organization of Things (1697 [The organization of the universe is things. This thought aligns to ancient thoughts of Anaxagoras in Greece at 500 B.c. and the thoughts of Jersus Christ ar John 14:20. This 'One is All' is confirme by Plato and nicholas of cusa in the 15th century.]

Résumé of Metaphysics (1697 (Leibniz confirms metaphysical thoughtt with his infinitesimal calculus.]

New Essays, Preface (1704)

Metaphysical Consequences of the Principle of Reason (1712)[Leibniz recognizes two thoughts: logical reasoning and sufficient reasoning.]

Monadology (1714 )[The monads of Leibniz are the indivisibles of Nicholas of Cusa and Galileo's discovery that all bodies are wholes, which are formed by an infinite numnbr of indivisible parts.]

Principles of Nature and of Grace (1714)

Correspondence with Clark (1715-16)[Clark, a theologian, responds to Leibniz for Isaac Newton,because Newton fears the scientific work of Leibniz. Leibniz tells Clasrk that space is the existence of things and that time is the sussession of existences.]
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