What is the Monad?

Monad (philosophy) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other senses of “monad”, see Monad. The circled dot was used by the Pythagoreans and later Greeks to represent the first metaphysical being, the Monad or the Absolute. Part of a series on Theism hideTypes of faithAgnosticismApatheismAtheismDeismHenotheismIetsismIgnosticismMonotheismMonismDualismMonolatryKathenotheismOmnismPandeismPanentheismPantheismPolytheismTranstheism hideSpecific conceptionsCreatorDemiurgeDeusFatherForm of the GoodGodGreat ArchitectMonadMotherSummum bonumSupreme BeingSustainerThe LordTrinityTawhidDitheismMonismPersonalUnitarianism hideIn particular religionsAbrahamicJudaismChristianityIslamBah√° ľ√≠ FaithMormonismMandaeismSamaritanismIndo-IranianHinduismBuddhismJainismSikhismZoroastrianismChineseTianShangdiHongjun Laozu …