5 edition of Leibniz and China found in the catalog.
March 29, 2004
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||242|
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Focuses on the book 'Discourse on the Natural Theology of the Chinese,' by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and the controversy between Leibniz and Clarke. Significance of the controversy to the Newtonian system; Summary of the refutation of Leibniz of the Newtonian position; Parts of the book which Leibniz, China, and the Problem of Pagan Wisdom. Buy Leibniz and China: A Commerce of Light 1 by Perkins, Franklin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
Leibniz and China: A Commerce of Light by Franklin Perkins (Review) Robin R. Wang Loyola Marymount University, [email protected] This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Philosophy at Digital Commons @ Loyola Marymount University and Loyola Law School. A key ally in the project emerged when Leibniz made contact with the Jesuit order, which was trying to open an overland route across Asia to China, and it was through their collaboration that Leibniz took a keen interest in China. The book includes two primary source documents translated into English for the first time for the use of scholars.
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Here's an esoteric little book that brings to light a heretofore largely unexplored area of Leibniz research. Previously Daniel Cook and Henry Rosemont Jr. published the valuable Writings on China, with which Franklin Perkins' book is, in effect, a companion volume or sort of a follow up that stands well on its own/5(2).
Leibniz ( ) had a lifelong interest in things Chinese and accorded China an important role in his ecumenical endeavors. This collection of his writings presents his comparisons of Chinese and European civilizations and his thoughts on future relations between the by: Leibniz ( ) had a lifelong interest in things Chinese and accorded China an important role in his ecumenical endeavors.
This collection of his writings presents his comparisons of Chinese and European civilizations and his thoughts on future relations between the two/5. Leibniz and China: a commerce of light.
[Franklin Perkins] -- "Why was Leibniz so fascinated by Chinese philosophy and culture. In this highly original book, Franklin Perkins examines Leibniz\'s voluminous writings on the subject and suggests that his interest was founded in his own philosophy: the nature of his metaphysical and.
The last tract Leibniz was writing on his death bed, inLeibniz and China book titled Discourse on the Natural Theology of the Chinese.
Now that Russia and China are co-operating again, and presenting a joint challenge to the Western order, some of Leibniz’s world views and approaches to realising them seem prophetic, for better or worse. This book contains translations of four of Leibniz’s writings on China: Preface to the Novissima Sinica, On the Civil Cult of Confucius, Remarks on Chinese Rites and Religion, and Discourse on the Natural Theology of the Chinese.
LEIBNIZ AND CHINA Why was Leibniz so fascinated by Chinese philosophy and culture. What speciﬁc forms did his interest take. How did his interest com-pare with the relative indifference of his philosophical contemporaries and near-contemporaries such as Spinoza and Locke.
In this highly original book, Franklin Perkins examines Leibniz’s. 1 See Leibniz's article "Annotatio de quibusdam ludis," Miscellanea Bero-linensia, I (), 2 Leibniz prevailed upon the Jesuits to ask the emperor K'anghsi of China to-establish a scientific society (Leibniz to Grimaldi, Decemcited in part in Franz Rudolf Merkel, Leibniz und die China-Mission [Leipzig, ], 35).
This epilogue discusses Leibniz's particular interest in China. Like his predecessors, Leibniz's preferred virtuous pagans were also ancient philosophers, but he was partial to those of China.
Leibniz had showed an interest in China from the mids and, fromroughly in the middle of his career, he began to conduct a correspondence with a number of the Jesuit missionaries to China. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Writings on China, translated by Daniel J. Cook and Henry Rosemont, Jr. Chicago: Open Court, pp.
Reviewed by Eric Sotnak, University of Akron T his book contains translations offour of Leibniz' s writings on China: Preface to the Novissima Sinica (/), On the Civil Cult of Confucius (). Leibniz and China: A Commerce of Light | Franklin Perkins | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. The latter, deeply influenced by the seminal works of Betrand Russell (The Philosophy of Leibniz, ) and Louis Couturat (Opuscules et fragments inédits de Leibniz, ), have regarded Leibniz’s China interests as peripheral to his main philosophical concerns.
This new book by Franklin Perkins represents a rebuttal to that point of view. The 5,year-old text struck a chord. While Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz’s work has influenced centuries of technological innovation, his own.
Leibniz and China by Franklin Perkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). It's a small and sometimes dense book on a seemingly obscure topic. But through great scholarship and lucid writing, the book is valuable as a guide to Leibniz's philosophical views, the 17th and 18th century relationship between Europe and China, and the general tensions and complexities involved in intercultural communication/5.
Leibniz, who was corresponding with Jesuits in China, wrote the first European commentary on the I Ching inarguing that it proved the universality of binary numbers and theism, since the broken lines, the "0" or "nothingness", cannot become solid lines, the. Why Reading Leibniz on China Matters Now.
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz () is one of the great figures of European intellectual history. His contribution to knowledge ran from mathematics, to calculus, to natural science, and philosophy.
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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, (born June 21 [July 1, New Style],Leipzig [Germany]—died NovemHannover [Germany]), German philosopher, mathematician, and political adviser, important both as a metaphysician and as a logician and distinguished also for his independent invention of the differential and integral calculus.- Leibniz and China - A commerce of light - by Franklin Perkins Excerpt.
CHAPTER 1. "The book is an excellent and timely resource foe anyone involved in the pursuit of philosophical wisdom in the context of world community." Robin R. Wang, Philosophy East and : Cambridge University Press.Writings on China By Daniel J. Cook; Henry Rosemont Jr.; Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Open Court, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.