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The Continental Rationalists not only articulated elaborate views on substance but also utilized substance as the foundation of their metaphysics. Nevertheless, their views on substance, though similar in some respects, differ in important ways. How do their views on substance diverge, particularly in relation to number and attribute, and what is the significance of these differences for characterizing reality?

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