عنوان مقاله [English]
In Metaphysical Foundations of Logic, Heidegger analyzes Leibniz's doctrine of judgment down to basic metaphysical problems to show that how any kind of logic founds its grounds in metaphysics. After questioning the relation between being and thought, he describes the structure of judgment in Leibniz's theory of judgment and refers to its historical origin. He demonstrates that concepts like subject and predicate and their relation in proposition or judgment and also the definition of truth in Leibniz's thought are grounded in metaphysical theories. Yet one of the most important Leibniz's concerns was the independency of logic from metaphysics to build his metaphysics on the basis of such logic.