24 ;;Quote: Leibniz's work in logic remained unpublished and largely unknown until the turn of the century; Boole, Frege, and Peano may have known of his aims in logic

34 ;;Quote: 'A is the same as B' is a reciprocal relation that signifies that one can be substituted for the other in any proposition without destroying its truth

35 ;;Quote: if expand an equivalence to simple primitives both sides will be the same; A and B are coincidents

35 ;;Quote: if A is the subject and B the predicate, B can be substituted for A without destroying the truth; i.e., primitive terms in B are also primitive terms in A

36 ;;Quote: A and A are the first coincidents

36+;;Quote: A and nonA are the first disparities; i.e., it is false that some A is B

36+;;Quote: if A is B, it is false that A is nonB

38 ;;Quote: every proposition is true or false; if L is false, it is nontrue

44 ;;Quote: A is true, if when we put A's value in place of A, a contradiction never occurs; reduce to simple primitives

45 ;;Quote: necessary truths are those that reduce to identity; impossibles are those that lead to contradiction

45 ;;Quote: to be certain of truth, analyze to the fundamentally true or prove that a contradiction will never occur; the latter can eliminate a long continuation

45 ;;Quote: possible truths are those that do not lead to contradiction; contingent truths lack resolution even if continued to infinity

45+;;Quote: a false term leads to contradiction; a true term does not

52 ;;Quote: Leibniz's goal: to conceive all propositions in the form of terms

64 ;;Quote: the true is what can be proved or analyzed; the false is what is contrary

64+;;Quote: the necessary reduces to an identity; the impossible reduces to a contradiction; the possible is not impossible

66 ;;Quote: all truths can be explained by numbers

66+;;Quote: absolute and hypothetical truths have the same laws; syllogisms are categorical

66 ;;Quote: 'something is B' is nothing other than Bness itself; abstractions are attributes

72 ;;Quote: A=A, nonA=nonA, AA=A, nonnonA=A, if A=B then AC=BC for some C, if A=B then nonA=nonB, if A=B then A!=nonB

72+;;Quote: AnonA is not a thing
