Leibniz, Gottfried contingencia Sartre, Jean-Paul Rorty, Richard
Anuario Filosófico, 2005 (38), 87 - 112
It is sought to return to the Leibnizian’s concept of contingency to
thwart the postkantian’s and posthegelian’s philosophy of it. This
search records two relatively different ways: Leibniz, as a typical
thinker of his time, and Leibniz as a precursor of our own contemporary
way of thinking. As regards this, the comparison that is
made with Sartre and Rorty gains special importance.