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Both Contingent and Necessary truths depend on and are grou ○ Truth of a domain can also be known from the investigation of or PSR Math relies on the investigation for contradiction § ○ What is sufficient Reason A priori proof ○ An argument from causes and effects ○ Conceptual Containment theory of Truth Bachelors are unmarried § Are umarried already carries that they are bachelors § Has the consequence all truths are contingent § ○ TO respond to this, he makes infinite analysis Process of replacing terms of a proposition with (partial) d § Necessary truths have finite demonstration by analysis, co § ○ Primitive Active Force Nature or essence of a substance § ○ Principle of the Best any possible proposition (P) is true just in the case that P possible world § Works with Leibniz's definition of PSR § ○ • Why did Leibniz Believe the PSR Argues for PSR by: Concept of sufficient reason and a "requisite" § From his theory of truth § Inductively § ○ • Uses of PSR Leibniz uses it to prove God exists ○ Explanation for God: If there is none, then all things are conting contingent things have no explanation, for no contingent thing ○ Rules out the possibility of 2 indiscernible things ○ Space and time are not absolute ○ • PSR precedes Leibniz • ANNE CONWAY
ANNE CONWAY Liebniz really liked her writing • Used the term Monad before him • CH III God is a free agent, created the world out of his internal diving external reasons ○ The least creature we can conceive of has infinite creatures ○ All creatures united in certain matter ○ God is wise and good ○ God has no indifference of will, he acts on his own accord but to acting ○ Every created spirit there may be some infinity of spirits, all of w equal extension with the aforesaid spirit ○ There is no separation of space between god and humans, and he works, like it is the nature of the sun to shine (at the continu will) ○ Monads act on other monads even at a great distance, all crea lowest to highest are inseparably united with one another ○ The souls will never cease to exist, universal law of justice ○ • Du Chatelet, Physics I II Descartes allowed a lively internal sense of clarity for the basis of re • Contradiction is the foundation of all necessary truths • PSR is great! Without it, absurdities ensue Is the principle that differentiates waking from sleeping\ ○ • Law of Continuity Nothings jumps in nature, one mass pass through all the conce phases ○ Proves there are no 'hard bodies' in the universe ○ • CH. 2 Somethings exists, since I exist 1. Since something exists, it must have existed from all eternity (s come from nothing) 2. This ever existent being can not have an inception, and it this b 3. •
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