19405 | Substances are in harmony, because they each express the one reality in themselves [Leibniz] |
7644 | The monad idea incomprehensibly spiritualises matter, instead of materialising soul [La Mettrie on Leibniz] |
11857 | He replaced Aristotelian continuants with monads [Leibniz, by Wiggins] |
7843 | Is a drop of urine really an infinity of thinking monads? [Voltaire on Leibniz] |
12751 | It is unclear in 'Monadology' how extended bodies relate to mind-like monads. [Garber on Leibniz] |
19363 | Changes in a monad come from an internal principle, and the diversity within its substance [Leibniz] |
19352 | A 'monad' has basic perception and appetite; a 'soul' has distinct perception and memory [Leibniz] |
19377 | A monad and its body are living, so life is everywhere, and comes in infinite degrees [Leibniz] |
5044 | Reality must be made of basic unities, which will be animated, substantial points [Leibniz] |
5060 | All substances analyse down to simple substances, which are souls, or 'monads' [Leibniz] |
13174 | A piece of flint contains something resembling perceptions and appetites [Leibniz] |
13175 | Entelechies are analogous to souls, as other minds are analogous to our own minds [Leibniz] |
19385 | All simply substances are in harmony, because they all represent the one universe [Leibniz] |
12747 | Monads are not extended, but have a kind of situation in extension [Leibniz] |
12748 | Only monads are substances, and bodies are collections of them [Leibniz] |
12774 | Without a substantial chain to link monads, they would just be coordinated dreams [Leibniz] |
12777 | Monads do not make a unity unless a substantial chain is added to them [Leibniz] |
12782 | Monads control nothing outside of themselves [Leibniz] |
7565 | Leibniz proposes monads, since there must be basic things, which are immaterial in order to have unity [Leibniz, by Jolley] |
14869 | If some sort of experience is at the root of matter, then human knowledge is close to its essence [Nietzsche] |
21226 | Husserl sees the ego as a monad, unifying presence, sense and intentional acts [Husserl, by Velarde-Mayol] |
12695 | Epicurean atomists say body is sensible, to distinguish it from space. [Garber] |
21105 | In 1676 it was discovered that water is teeming with life [Krauss] |
21453 | Leibnizian monads qualify as Kantian noumena [Gardner] |