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Providing a reason ssary and obtaining ngently true

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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
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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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