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Leibniz scholars have difficulty reconciling Leibniz's metaphysical account of causation with his theological account, since the former claims that creatures are the source of their own actions, and the latter seemingly undercuts this claim by ascribing to God all that there is of positive reality in creaturely actions. If God is the sole source of positive reality in creaturely actions, then all that is left for the creature to contribute to the causal nexus with God is negative realitydoi:10.7939/r3bq53 fatcat:lgry7q5jnbh7dknfcrtp7g2vo4