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Grattan-Guinness, I. (1980). Convolution in French Science, 1800-1840 (Vol. 2). Basel: Birkhauser.

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  • TITLE: The Decisive Role Played by Leibniz in the History of Both Science and Philosophy of Knowledge

    AUTHORS: Antonino Drago

    KEYWORDS: Philosophy, Knowledge, History

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Historical Studies, Vol.6 No.4, December 6, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The present paper addresses the criticism of Kant that he ignored both the non-classical reasoning of the empiricists and Leibniz’s attempt to found mechanics anew. By taking into account this logical divergence Kant’s antinomies—actually applying Leibniz’s two labyrinths of human reason to particular subjects—represent two parallel ways of reasoning according to the two alternatives of a dichotomy regarding the kind of logic. By adding a dichotomy regarding the kind of mathematics a new conception of the foundations of the science is obtained. Leibniz’s philosophy of knowledge represents the closest approximation to these foundations in both the history of science and the history of philosophy of knowledge.