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LEIBNIZ’S DEFINITION OF MONAD
, 2006
"... Abstract. This is a short discussion of the definition of monad which was given by G. W. Leibniz in his Monadology. Acquired traits are never inherited. This law of genetics determines many aspects of public life. Mankind creates and supports complicated social institutions for transferring to the y ..."
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Abstract. This is a short discussion of the definition of monad which was given by G. W. Leibniz in his Monadology. Acquired traits are never inherited. This law of genetics determines many aspects of public life. Mankind creates and supports complicated social institutions for transferring
Leibniz's Definition of Monad
, 2006
"... Abstract This is a short discussion of the definition of monad which was given by G. W. Leibniz in his Monadology. ..."
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Abstract This is a short discussion of the definition of monad which was given by G. W. Leibniz in his Monadology.
On Leibniz ’ Characteristic Numbers
"... ABSTRACT: In 1679, Leibniz wrote nine manuscripts on three different arithmetical models of Aristotelian logic. This was a part of his project of a “calculus universalis”. First we show the precise relations of these three models to each other by presenting three criteria which serve the purpose of ..."
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of classifiying models of Aristotelian logic. This facilitates the understanding of Leibniz ’ constructions. Our method is of special value for the sophisticated third model, the domain of which consists of pairs of natural numbers. We present a simple approach to Leibniz ’ definitions which on first sight appear
Conformal representations of Leibniz algebras
 Sib. Mat. Zh
"... Abstract. In this note we present a more detailed and explicit exposition of the definition of a conformal representation of a Leibniz algebra. Recall (arXiv:math/0611501v3) that Leibniz algebras are exactly Lie dialgebras. The idea is based on the general fact that every dialgebra that belongs to a ..."
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Abstract. In this note we present a more detailed and explicit exposition of the definition of a conformal representation of a Leibniz algebra. Recall (arXiv:math/0611501v3) that Leibniz algebras are exactly Lie dialgebras. The idea is based on the general fact that every dialgebra that belongs
1 Leibniz on the Expression of God
, 2014
"... Leibniz makes frequent use, in his philosophy, of the notion of expression.1 He uses it, for example, in giving his definition of perception as the expression of a multitude in a simple.2 Expression itself appears to be some sort of representation relation. Beyond that, however, it is rather less cl ..."
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Leibniz makes frequent use, in his philosophy, of the notion of expression.1 He uses it, for example, in giving his definition of perception as the expression of a multitude in a simple.2 Expression itself appears to be some sort of representation relation. Beyond that, however, it is rather less
Andrea Borghini Counting Individuals with Leibniz
"... Abstract The paper addresses the solution to the problem of individuation suggested by Leibniz’s later writings and how this relates to the contemporary metaphysical debate. In the first section I introduce the problem of individuality along with the solution Leibniz proposed in his later writings. ..."
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the individuality of an individual consists in, seems problematic. I show, however, that Leibniz’s proposal can stand on its feet also nowadays, provided we are willing to give up the pretenses that there is a definitive count of individuals and that reidentifying individuals across time and space is part
Leibniz and Krikpe on TransWorld Identity
"... For Leibniz, even though whatever happens to an individual substance is certain to happen (since everything is included in its notion), if the contrary were to occur, that would not be impossible in itself, but only ex hypothesi, given the actual sequence of events.1 Of the infinitely many things wh ..."
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existence, and there are infinitely many possible things which do not, have not, and will not exist. Leibniz saw this as his definitive strike against necessitarianism: if other things are possible, then what actually exists is not absolutely necessary.2 If, according to the Leibnizian PIN principle
zbw LeibnizInformationszentrum WirtschaftLeibniz Information Centre for Economics
, 2002
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A Service of zbw LeibnizInformationszentrum Wirtschaft Leibniz Information Centre for Economics The sensitivity of Malawian poverty estimates to definitions, data, and assumptions
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StandardNutzungsbedingungen: Die Dokumente auf EconStor dürfen zu eigenen wissenschaftlichen Zwecken und zum Privatgebrauch gespeichert und kopiert werden. Sie dürfen die Dokumente nicht für öffentliche oder kommerzielle Zwecke vervielfältigen, öffentlich ausstellen, öffentlich zugänglich machen, vertreiben oder anderweitig nutzen. Sofern die Verfasser die Dokumente unter OpenContentLizenzen (insbesondere CCLizenzen) zur Verfügung gestellt haben sollten, gelten abweichend von diesen Nutzungsbedingungen die in der dort genannten Lizenz gewährten Nutzungsrechte. Typescript prepared by Ayesha Chari for UNUWIDER. Terms of use: Documents in UNUWIDER gratefully acknowledges the financial contributions to the research programme from the governments of Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. The World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) was established by the United Nations University (UNU) as its first research and training centre and started work in Helsinki, Finland in 1985. The Institute undertakes applied research and policy analysis on structural changes affecting the developing and transitional economies, provides a forum for the advocacy of policies leading to robust, equitable and environmentally sustainable growth, and promotes capacity strengthening and training in the field of economic and social policymaking. Work is carried out by staff researchers and visiting scholars in Helsinki and through networks of collaborating scholars and institutions around the world. UNUWIDER, Katajanokanlaituri 6 B, 00160 Helsinki, Finland, wider.unu.edu The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s). Publication does not imply endorsement by the Institute or the United Nations University, nor by the programme/project sponsors, of any of the views expressed. Abstract: This paper decomposes differences between the official poverty estimates of Malawi and a set of revised estimates by Pauw et al. (2016, forthcoming) with respect to five methodological differences: (i) the use of a revised set of unit conversion factors; (ii) the specification and use of regional poverty lines as opposed to a single national poverty line; (iii) the use of implicit surveybased prices rather than external price data; (iv) estimation of food separate poverty lines in the two surveys; and (v) permitting a change in the food/nonfood composition of the consumption basket over time. Our results suggest that the decline in national poverty varies between 3.4 and 8.4 percentage points, compared to the official estimate of a decline of 1.8 percentage points.
Remarks on the definition of a Courant algebroid
"... Abstract. The notion of Courant algebroid was introduced by Liu, Weinstein and Xu in 1997. Its definition consists of five axioms and an defining relation for a derivation. It is shown that two of the axioms and the relation (assuming only the Leibniz rule) follow from the rest of the axioms. 1. ..."
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Abstract. The notion of Courant algebroid was introduced by Liu, Weinstein and Xu in 1997. Its definition consists of five axioms and an defining relation for a derivation. It is shown that two of the axioms and the relation (assuming only the Leibniz rule) follow from the rest of the axioms. 1.
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