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Title ライプニッツの目的因について  
Kana ライプニッツ ノ モクテキイン ニ ツイテ  
Romanization Raipunittsu no mokutekiin ni tsuite  
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Title Leibniz's theory of final cause  
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Name 今野, 諒子  
Kana コンノ, リョウコ  
Romanization Konno, Ryoko  
Affiliation 慶應義塾大学大学院文学研究科倫理学専攻博士課程  
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東京  
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Name 三田哲學會  
Kana ミタ テツガクカイ  
Romanization Mita tetsugakukai  
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Name 哲學  
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Issue 129  
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Start page 119  
End page 138  
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In this paper, I will examine Leibniz's theory of final cause. In Discours de metaphysique or other texts, he often indicates that the natural law is the metaphysical principle rather than the geometrical one, and that natural phenomena are explained doubly: both by the effcient cause and by the final cause. However, he uses the latter in many contexts. For example, the whole field of physics, the natural law-the law of motion-, and the famous demonstration of Snell's law. Above all, I'll make clear the reason why he adopts the final cause in the establishment of the natural law and what the metaphysical principle really signifies. In fact, He uses that principle in the different situations: in the search for the natures of things and in the theorization with that result. In this paper, first, I describe the grounds for physics, that is, the contingent truth and the physical necessity. Second, I clarify the metaphysical factors in the natural law. Finally I'll show that the final cause is required for the rational construction of the physical theory in Leibniz.
 
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