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Leibniz philosophy of the Monadology

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz ( 1646-1716) One of Leibniz's most important contributions to the field of philosophy is his idea of monads. Monads are metaphysical entities that constitute the fundamental building blocks of reality, or what Leibniz referred to as "simple substances". Interested in exploring the work of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz? Learn about his " Monadology" and other essential concepts in Leibniz's philosophy here.   What is the Monadology ?  The Monadology is a complex philosophical work that was written by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in 1714. It is an attempt to explain the origin of the universe and its structure, based on his philosophical system of Monads. According to Leibniz, these Monads are the basic elements from which all physical reality is composed. They are immaterial beings but possess active forces within them that cause them to interact with one another. The interactions between Monads give rise to the physical laws of nature that

An Introduction to Epicurean Philosophy

Epicurus Greek philosopher  (341 - 270) BCE Are you looking for an introduction to Epicurean philosophy? Explore and understand Epicurus' thoughts on pleasure, suffering and good life in this beginner-friendly guide!   Epicurus was a famous philosopher and founder of the school of philosophy known as “Epicureanism.” His teachings focused on finding ways to maximize pleasure while minimizing pain and suffering in life. In this guide, we'll look at how Epicurus viewed pleasure, suffering, and the components of leading a good life. What is Epicurean Philosophy?  Epicurean philosophy is the school of thought developed by the Greek philosopher Epicurus, which emphasizes the goal of leading contented, happy and healthy lives through simple pleasures and avoiding fear-inducing pain and suffering. Epicurus believed that pleasure was the ultimate good and should be sought after, while suffering was to be avoided at all costs. He also believed that finding ways to reduce pain could lead