Definition of monadism in English:

monadism

Pronunciation /ˈmōnədˌizəm/ /ˈmoʊnədˌɪzəm/

noun

Philosophy
  • The theory (originally formulated by Leibniz) that reality, and in particular matter, is ultimately composed of indivisible entities.

    • ‘he expresses his conviction that philosophy will witness a resurgence of interest in monadism’