Leibnizian Aggregates Are Not Mind-Dependent Entities

Studia Leibnitiana 44 (2):193-211 (2012)
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This paper argues that, according to Leibniz's view of entia per aggregationem, there are (or, at any rate, there could be) aggregates that are entirely mind-independent.



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