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  1. Há 3 dias · Leibniz dated his beginning as a philosopher to his Discourse on Metaphysics, which he composed in 1686 as a commentary on a running dispute between Nicolas Malebranche and Antoine Arnauld. This led to an extensive correspondence with Arnauld; it and the Discourse were not published until the 19th century.

  2. Há 3 dias · In his Discourse on the Method, he attempts to arrive at a fundamental set of principles that one can know as true without any doubt. To achieve this, he employs a method called hyperbolical/metaphysical doubt, also sometimes referred to as methodological skepticism or Cartesian doubt : he rejects any ideas that can be doubted and ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MetaphysicsMetaphysics - Wikipedia

    Há 1 dia · Meta-metaphysics is the metatheory of metaphysics and investigates the nature and methods of metaphysics. It also examines how metaphysics differs from other philosophical and scientific disciplines and how it is relevant to them.

  4. 31 de mai. de 2024 · Common to Descartes, Spinoza and Leibniz is the aim to construct a rational and internally consistent theory in which metaphysics provides foundational grounding to natural scientific empirical observations and ethical practice.

  5. Há 1 dia · On the occasion of the sesquicentennial celebration of Sri Aurobindo, the book, Reading Sri Aurobindo: Metaphysics, Ethics and Spirituality (2022), by Bindu Puri is devoted to acquaint readers with the momentous contributions of Sri Aurobindo to contemporary Indian philosophical discourse. This discussion is devoted to reviewing recent scholarship around the vision and wisdom of Sri Aurobindo ...

  6. 4 de jun. de 2024 · Descartes’s metaphysics is rationalist, based on the postulation of innate ideas of mind, matter, and God, but his physics and physiology, based on sensory experience, are mechanistic and empiricist.

  7. 31 de mai. de 2024 · In his Discourse on Metaphysics (1686), Gottfried Leibniz argued ‘created substances depend upon God, who preserves them and who even produces them continually by a kind of emanation’, echoing Ṣadrā’s account in Asfār of the emanation and modulation of existence from the Necessary Being.