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[Here the young Leibniz (he was only 18 years old when writing the Specimen) advances his original and bold thesis that, despite the jurists’ contempt for philosophy, the law without the guidance of philosophy “would be an inextricable labyrinth”. On the other hand, as he argues deploying an...
[In the opening section, Leibniz identifies the object of his work: on the one hand, he will circumscribe the extension of the term perplexing case, specifying what cases are to be viewed as perplexing, and on the other hand he will suggest how such cases should be dealt with.]
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