Ideas from 'Letters to Johann Bernoulli' by Gottfried Leibniz [1699], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Philosophical Essays' by Leibniz,Gottfried (ed/tr Arlew,R /Garber,D) [Hackett 1989,0-87220-062-0]].

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7. Existence / C. Structure of Existence / 6. Fundamentals / c. Monads
A piece of flint contains something resembling perceptions and appetites
Entelechies are analogous to souls, as other minds are analogous to our own minds
10. Modality / D. Knowledge of Modality / 4. Conceivable as Possible / c. Possible but inconceivable
What we cannot imagine may still exist
24. Applied Ethics / C. Death Issues / 1. Death
Death is just the contraction of an animal