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By Eric Watkins

Eric Watkins argues clutch of Leibnizian and anti-Leibnizian suggestion in eighteenth-century Germany is helping one to determine how Kant (in his serious interval) argued for causal rules that experience either metaphysical and epistemological components. in keeping with this interpretation, Kant's version of causality doesn't encompass occasions, yet really of gear endowed with causal powers which are exercised in response to their natures and situations.

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