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Special Topics in the History of Philosophy: Leibniz

PHI 516

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This course takes up questions relating to the metaphysics and natural philosophy of Leibniz. Of particular interest is Leibniz's account of substance, body, and the relation between metaphysics and physics in Leibniz's system as it evolved from his early writings to his last thoughts. If time and interest permit, we can also take up other topics, including (but not limited to) Leibniz's logic, his differential and integral calculus, his theory of relations, and his scatological poetry in Latin and French.
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Section S01