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From Godei to Philosophy, Cambridge, Mass. What interested me in the model was the emphasis on the distinction between the ordo essendi conditions of the model and the ordo cognoscendi conditions of the model. Analysis goes back to the principles in order to solve the given problems only, just as if neither we nor others had discovered anything before" [Leibniz , ]. Seeing that there are categories for the simple terms by which concepts are ordered, why should there not also be categories for complex terms, by which truths may be ordered? I was then unaware that geometricians do this very thing when they demonstrate and order propositions according to their dependence upon each other" [Leibniz , ].

See also [de Jong , ]. See in particular [Cantu , ], where I discuss some differences between Grafimann's calculus in the two editions of the Extension Theory and Peano's axiomatization in The Geometrical Calculus: the latter is limited to the case of n dimensions and is not focused on the generation of the system. Recent literature generally agrees on the idea that Grafimann's project had not been directly influenced by Leibniz's perspective, but on different grounds.

De Risi [De Risi , ] recalls Grafimann's opportunism, because he clearly adapted his previous work for the Jablonowski Prize, but mentions also some aspects where Grafimann's perspective is truly Leibnizian.

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Yet, the question would be whether some metaphysical traits of the question might fail to be adequately analysed from this perspective, and might require an interdisciplinary approach that takes into account the relations between scientific, philosophical and theological domains. No magnetic needle ever offered greater comfort to seamen than this Little Dipper cynosura shall offer those traversing a sea of experiences" [Leibniz c, ], Engl, transl. This algebra is thus subordinate to the art of combinations and constantly uses its rules. But these rules of combination are far more general and find application not only in algebra but in the art of deciphering, in various games, in geometry itself when it is treated linearly in the manner of the ancients, and finally, in all matters involving relations of similarity" [Leibniz , ].

And I believe that I have found the way and that we can represent figures and even machines and movements by characters, as algebra represents numbers or magnitudes" [Leibniz b, , Engl, transl. A similar distinction has been recently introduced by O. Pombo [Pombo ], who. And one can easily see, once one has accepted this idea of a pure conceptually grasped passage, that also the laws developed in this section are capable of being conceived independently from spatial intuition.

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At the same time it could be a sort of universal language or writing system, but infinitely different from those that have been planned until now, because the characters and even the words would thereby direct reason" Opera philosophica a. And so on. Unfortunately its execution goes beyond the energy, not only of a man, but of several men. Only a numerous and well organized society could accomplish it" [Peano , 4].

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Each published part is already useful to students of those particular subjects" [Peano , 4]. One just needs to open the Formulary at the right page, because it is possible to order the topics according to the signs that compose them, just as one orders words in a dictionary according to the letters that constitute them. In a few pages one will find all known truths on that topic, together with their proofs and historical information. Should the reader know any proposition that he might have discovered or found in some book, or should he notice any inaccuracy in those propositions, he might convey those additions and those corrections to the Editorial Board of the Formulary: they will be announced in some periodical publication and will be taken into account for the next edition" [Peano , 2].

Some terms in this list are redundant but useful for reasons of clarity and simplification of the derivations. It was in this second sense that mathematical logic was first conceived by Leibniz in his characteristica universalis, of which it would have formed a central part. It seems reasonable to suspect that it is this incomplete understanding of the foundations which is responsible for the fact that mathematical logic has up to now remained so far behind the high expectations of Peano and others who in accordance with Leibniz's claims had hoped that it would facilitate theoretical mathematics to the same extent as the decimal system of numbers has.

For how can one expect to solve mathematical problems systematically by mere analysis of the concepts occurring if our analysis so far does not even suffice to set up the axioms? For example, even if the concept of set becomes clear, even after satisfactory axioms of infinity are found, there would remain more technical i.

This is because epistemology and science in particular, mathematics are far apart at present. It need not necessarily remain so. True science in the Leibnizian sense would overcome this apartness. In other words, there may be another way of analyzing concepts e. The axiomatic method goes step by step. To date, two volumes have been published. Arnauld and B. Des Bosses.

This volume includes a selection of texts dealing with mechanics, chemistry, biology, optics, cosmology, botany and other areas of science. Bernoulli and De Volder and edited by Bernardino Orio, are already in print and will be published soon. The remaining volumes will be published over the next 10 years. Volume 19 will include the indices of the complete collection. Foreword by H. Introductions by W. Degen and B.

## Gottfried Leibniz

Translated into German by W. Munich: Philosophia, ISBN It is the third non-fragmentary translation of this work into a modern language, preceded by a Spanish and an English one. Translated into Spanish by M. Peter of Spain, Summulae logicales. Language in dispute. Translated into English by F.

## Leibniz to John Toland (after 25 February )

But the knowledge of Copernicus' hypothesis easily gives rise to these ideas that Bruno pushed too far. He was preoccupied with Raymond Lully's Universal Art, and he produced a kind of commentary on it. But this Art is nothing special. The best of Bruno's books are those he wrote on infinity, one in Italian, the other in 5 Latin, both of which I have.