Time and Space in the Philosophy of Leibnitz. Part II
Keywords:history of the history of philosophy, historico-philosophical canon, eclecticism, Immanuel Kant, Plato, Christian Wolff, Michael Fatch, Joachim Jungius
Arina Oriekhova’s interview with Professor Serhii Secundant, devoted to Leibniz’s concept of time and space, the peculiarities of Michael Fatch’s interpretation of this concept, and various historico-philosophical approaches to understanding Leibniz’s philosophy as a whole.
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Secundant, S. (2021). Leibniz and Wolff: Critical foundations of the idea of Scientific Revolution in Philosophy. [In Ukrainian]. Sententiae, 40(1), 44-66. https://doi.org/10.31649/sent40.01.044
Secundant, S., & Oriekhova, A. (2022). Time and Space in the Philosophy of Leibnitz. Part I. Sententiae, 41(2), 98-123. https://doi.org/10.31649/sent41.02.098
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