Causas eficientes y causas finales en Leibniz: De la armonía preestablecida a la equivalencia matemática

The doctrine of pre-established harmony is given an interpretation in terms of mathematical equivalence. This has three advantages: it is eminently clear and fruitful; it was assumed by Euler, one of the foremost heirs of Leibnizian thinking; it is at the very least part of what Leibniz seems to mea...

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Main Author: Leal Carretero, Fernando
Format: artículo científico
Language: Español
Published: Universidad de Costa Rica 2014
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filosofia/article/view/13131
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/24743
Summary: The doctrine of pre-established harmony is given an interpretation in terms of mathematical equivalence. This has three advantages: it is eminently clear and fruitful; it was assumed by Euler, one of the foremost heirs of Leibnizian thinking; it is at the very least part of what Leibniz seems to mean.