OTHER WORDS FROM LeibnizLeib·niz·i·an, Leib·nitz·i·an [lahyb-nit-see-uhn], /laɪbˈnɪt si ən/, adjective, nounLeib·niz·i·an·ism, Leib·nitz·i·an·ism, nounpost-Leib·nitz·i·an, adjectivepost-Leib·niz·i·an, adjective
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During our conversation, Barbour couldn’t find the right word to summarize Leibniz’s philosophy.
Leibniz suggested that pursuit of perfection is the ultimate underlying purpose of the universe’s unfolding.
Leibniz (185) and Voltaire (170) also performed well, but others gave a lackluster showing.
His theory of the interior of the earth was accepted by Leibniz and by the entire Neptunist school of geology.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell
Leibniz rejects the pantheistic position in terms, but nearly admits it in practice.
In short, each monad is a little Leibniz for ever increasing the sum of its knowledge.
And the last great dogmatist, Leibniz, was the one who practised this method of uncritical assumption to the utmost extent.
He compares the coincidence between virtue and utility to Leibniz's pre-established harmony.The English Utilitarians, Volume II (of 3)|Leslie Stephen