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Kepler’s Influence on Leibniz’s Planetary Theory

  • Paolo Bussotti
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Abstract

Kepler was one of the most important sources of inspiration for Leibniz. The influence of Kepler can be detected in numerous features of Leibniz’s planetary theory as well as in other aspects of his thought:

Keywords

Celestial Body Planetary Motion Metaphysical Principle Vortex Theory Curvilinear Motion 
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