Why is there a material world? Why is it fundamentally mathematical? Matter Matters explores a seventeenth-century answer to these questions as it emerged from the works of Descartes and Leibniz. Kurt Smith establishes the claim that mathematics is intelligible if, and only if, matter exists.

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