883. The Reoublican and Democratic Parties Are Too Generalized And Do Not KnowThe Real History Of The USA
Ben Franklin studied the souls and bodies in Europe from 1766-1777. In Europe, human understandings appeared in 1690 by John Locke in An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. (click) Gottfried Leibniz challenged Locke's human understandings for many years until Locke died on 1704. Leibniz also included some human understandings in his Monadology in 1714.
In 1985, a long-awaited American study of the work of Leibniz had to come. The New Essays On Human Understanding of Leibniz came from Peter Remnant and Jonathan Bennett. (click) These authors said that Leibniz said, 'even great parts will not master any subject without great thinking' and that the largest minds have but narrow swallows. And Abe Lincoln said, beavers build the same home and t humans always make better homes. Thus, republican and democratic politics must determine the real world of humans.
Remnant and Bennett say there is a question whether the soul itself is completely blank like a writing table on which nothing has as yet been written. They also wonder whether only senses and experience come into our souls. This theory is called the tabula rasa and was developed first by Aristotle. At Rom. 2:14-15, the Bible says that natural laws are written in our hearts.
Many questions must be asked and many answers must be found. The republican and democratic parties must find questions and answers.
My books about God and the Universe are in agreement with the work of Gottfried Leibniz:
1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To The Universe. (2014), 429 page