26. Indivisibles and Socialism
However, Gottfried Leibniz spoke of indivisibles earlier. He called them as Greek monads and wrote about them in his Monadology in 1714. (click) With this new science, Leibniz would challenge British empiricism, a way humans live in England and its colonists.. After he travels to France and Germany scientists, Ben Franklin would start to organize the American leaders in order to separate Americans from England.
I say that Leibniz's new science can be linked to Galileo's work in his 1637 book on "Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences. In Chapter 1 (First Day), Galileo expands his knowledge about the bodies of things. On page 34 of this book, he defines the nature of all bodied things by saying. 'And thus we have a continuous quantity built on an infinite number of indivisibles.' In the First Day, Galileo thus proved that all of the indivisible things of God also receive bodies from God by giving each indivisible an infinite number of indivisible parts. With these parts, God thus created different things such as dogs, trees, suns, planets, stones, fishes, humans, etc. Today, we call these things as social things.
In 1893, Gabriel Tarde talked about Monadology and Sociology. (click) His book defines a theory of 'universal sociology.' This theory presents the social nature of all nonliving things such atoms, stars, chemical substances and all living things. He says that all things form social relations.(click)
Following Leibniz and Galileo, Ben Franklin and the founders made a Declaration of Independence and a Constitution. But as the USA developed, it did not develop a social life of its people. Instead, the USA became a nasty life of existence. This life is caused by absolute freedom and a limited monetary system. These two concepts cannot lead to a good life of existence.
Since the English language in the USA is highly flawed due to the symbols of British empiricism, the U.S. people are not thinking properly. So, in my new book (click) , I am blogging in order to change these British symbols so that the U.S. people will become social humans.