The Concluding Remarks draw together all the strands and open ends of this work, to conclude with the affirmation that Leibniz’s system was unique in its close blending of theology and philosophy. This meant, among other things, that he disagreed with most British philosophers on the questions of free will and necessity and that his theological positions on important issues were not acceptable to any of the existing Christian Confessions.
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