Deals with Leibniz's doctrine that all activities of each monad are correlated with activities of all the others, in a universal harmony. His reasons for this, and the work he makes it do, including his view that the universe is deterministic in both temporal directions is given. Monadic points of view and Leibniz's reasons for holding that some perceptions are insensible are also handled.
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