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For Fletcher, the monadism in criminal law is a historical and institutional phenomenon, not an essential one--and there are chinks in the armor.
Chapter 2 deals with Leibniz's monadism and the profound interconnection between Leibniz's ethics and his theory of substance, stressing the difficulties of grounding an ethics in a deterministic metaphysics.
Not only does it offer a powerfully illuminating interpretation of Leibniz's monadic philosophy but it also effectively extends the basis of Deleuze's more anarchic monadism.