>These were not beliefs. They were mental feelings motivated by data and evidence.
Ha ha, as I say you make us laugh. I truly hope most people's beliefs have an affective component and an evidentiary one, even religious beliefs. But you are just pissing in the wind here. Please tell how Leibniz's view of natural law supports your statement. (He was more influential than you in this area, but only because he got there first, I'm sure.)