Posted by **Joe** on Monday, February 4, 2008 at 11:27pm.

Leibniz presents monads as simple substances. Monads are infinite in number, unextended, and windowless, and each mirrors the universe. As a consequence, Leibniz contends that the universe manifests both order and perfection. Why does Leibniz give monads these characteristics, and how do monads relate to the order and perfection of the universe?

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