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Declarative vs. procedural rules for religious controversy Is Leibniz's rational approach to heresy an example of procedural rationality?

Abstract : I propose to employ the conceptual contrast between procedural knowledge and declarative knowledge instead of the contrast stressed by Marcelo Dascal (2001, 2005) between soft and hard rationality in Leibniz's thought. I propose to examine the interplay between declarative and procedural knowledge in Leibniz's religious thought, and in particular Leibniz's approach to heresy.
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Frédéric Nef. Declarative vs. procedural rules for religious controversy Is Leibniz's rational approach to heresy an example of procedural rationality?. Marcelo Dascal. Leibniz: What kind of Rationalist ?, Springer, pp.000-000, 2007, chap. 24. ⟨ijn_00352708⟩

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