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Title: Cum Deus Calculat. God's Evaluation of Possible Worlds and Logical Calculus
Authors: Roncaglia, Gino
Keywords: Leibniz
modalities
compossibility
modal logic
history of logic
calculus
God
possible worlds
Issue Date: Mar-1990
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Citation: Gino Roncaglia, "Cum Deus Calculat. God's Evaluation of Possible Worlds and Logical Calculus", "Topoi" vol. 9 n.1, March, 1990, pp. 83-90
Abstract: The paper offers a brief discussion of some aspects of the Leibnizian conception of God's evaluation of possible worlds. The first part considers the definition of perfection, as applied to possible worlds; the second part investigates the possibility of using some among Leibniz' text on logical calculus (mostly from the period 1677-1679) to improve our understanding of the nature and functioning of God's calculus.
Description: This paper is under copyright of the original publisher and is included in the Open Archive as author's copy (in jpg image format) under the Springer license; the original PDF copy is available at http://www.springerlink.com/content/p62rg19710184m11/
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/227
ISSN: 0167-7411 (Print) 1572-8749 (Online)
Rights: This paper is under copyright of the original publisher and is included in the Open Archive as author's copy (in jpg image format) under the Springer license; the original PDF copy is available at http://www.springerlink.com/content/p62rg19710184m11/
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