The problem of the first concepts in the philosophy of G.W. Leibniz: from attributes of god to transcendental ideas

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The article gives a reconctruction of the evolution of Lebniz' view of the problem of the first concepts which could be a basis of the universal science (scientia generalis). In his analisis of his earlier trieatise on combinatorics and the earlier sketches for his encyclopedistic projects the author shows Leibniz to be influenced by R. Lull, J. Bisterfeld and J.H. Alsted and stresses the Aristotelian roots of his interpretation on the connectieon between the necessary ana contingent truths.

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N A Osminskaya

National research university - Higher school of economics

Email: hse@hse.ru <mailto:hse@hse.ru>
Кафедра истории философииФакультет философии; Национальный исследовательский университет -Высшая школа экономики; National research university - Higher school of economics

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