On 10/1/2012 1:28 PM, Roger Clough wrote:
#### ROGER: Objects can be physical and also infinitely divisible, but L considered this infinite divisibility to disqualify an object to be real because there's no end to the process, one wouldn't end up with something to refer to.
This is part of the thoughts that Leibniz was wrong about since he did not know of computational complexity or universality. His explanations assumed only ideas from the material world. He was an unparalleled genius, there is no doubt of that, but he was far ahead of his time. We can now correct these errors and use the monadology as a mereological model of entities.
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