ThesaHelp: references il
Topic: abstraction by common attributes
Topic: number as a progression for counting and 11 relations
Topic: continuum in mathematics
Topic: infinity and infinitesimal
Topic: necessary truth
Topic: analytic truth
Topic: empirical truth
Group: sets
Group: sequences
Topic: logic
Topic: boolean values, binary numbers, and bit strings
Topic: thought is computational
Topic: what is a number
Topic: natural language as a system
Topic: reductionism
Topic: skepticism about knowledge
Topic: logic programming
 
Reference
Leibniz, G.W.,
"Dissertatio de arte combinatoria [Dissertation on the art of combinations]", 1666, pp. 7384, in Loemker, L.E. (ed.),
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Philosophical papers and letters, DordrechtHolland, D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1969 (2nd edition). 1st edition 1956., pp. 111, in Parkinson, G.H.R. (ed.),
Leibniz: Logical Papers, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966.
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Notes
References from Gerhardt, C.I. (ed.), Die philosophischen Schriften von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Berlin, 187590
Quotations
73 ;;Quote: a whole is one concept made of subparts with something in common; can be enumerated
 73+;;Quote: every body has an infinite number of parts; i.e., the continuum is infinitely divisible
 74 ;;Quote: necessary and contingent propositions; what is (so) either is or is not (so) vs. something exists
 77 ;;Quote: situsparts are ordered in a line or a set in a vicinity
 3 ;;Quote: Hobbeseverything done by our mind is a computation; 'is' and 'is not' corresponds to + and 
 4 ;;Quote: analyze categories as mutipart numbers; e.g. 'Interval' is 2.3.10 where 2 is space, 3 is between, and 10 is whole
 4+;;Quote: analyze categories to their indefinable terms; Aristotlewe must not seek a definition of everything
 5 ;;Quote: if terms are written as their indefinable, first terms, it is easy to resolve predicates and derive terms
 10 ;;Quote: create a universal writing of first terms; e.g., a relation is a line; like Chinese but simpler

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