One for Leibniz
Pratt (Vernon)
Source: Sorites 4, February 1996: 10-20
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    An attempt is made to explain the significance for Leibniz of his thesis that what is truly 'real' must possess a 'principle or unity'. Taking from Scholasticism the doctrine that action is necessarily attributed to a substance having 'integrity', he was

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