- the principle (associated particularly with G.W. Leibniz) that all events must ultimately be explicable in terms of the reasons a divine being would have had for choosing one alternative rather than another.
noun: sufficient reason
... not suit him so well and partly because of other justified and sufficient reasons". Some feel that the "other sufficient reasons&quo
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...較口語 (已買＝已有所屬了) There is good reason to believe that companies' existing IT capabilities are largely sufficient for their needs and, hence, that the recent and widespread...