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Théologie, métaphysique, science générale: une lettre inédite de Leibniz à A. L. Königsmann (1712)
Antonio Lamarra and G. G. Leibnitius
Bd. 24, H. 2 (1992), pp. 133-144
Published by: Franz Steiner Verlag
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40694213
Page Count: 12
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In August 1712 A. L. Königsmann sent to Leibniz a copy of his dissertation De rationali metaphysices cultu together with a letter. In his answer to Königsmann (dated from Hanover, October 30 th ) Leibniz underlines, firstly, his rationalistic opinion on the relationship between natural and revealed theology and, in second place, his moderate position regarding the anti-Scholastic polemics. Leibniz's letter, till now unpublished, has been edited and annexed at the bottom of the article.
Studia Leibnitiana © 1992 Franz Steiner Verlag