Leibniz on Substance and God in "That a Most Perfect Being is Possible"

  • Nicholas E. Okrent, Nicholas Okrent
  • Published 2016

Abstract

Leibniz used Descartes' strict notion of substance in "That a Most Perfect being is Possible" to characterize God but did not intend to undermine his own philosophical views by denying that there are created substances. The metaphysical view of substance in this passage is Cartesian. A discussion of radical substance without any sort of denial in the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Okrent2016LeibnizOS, title={Leibniz on Substance and God in "That a Most Perfect Being is Possible"}, author={Nicholas E. Okrent and Nicholas Okrent}, year={2016} }