Fixed or attached to an individual dominant, the vinculum in fact determines an individual unity of the body that belongs to it: this body that I have is not only the body of a man, a horse, or of a dog, it is my own body.The Fold
What holds the body together and what identifies the body.
But since monads are taken in clusters only under a vinculum, corporal or composite substances require a broader definition that includes the dominant monad, of the first species, insofar as its requirement of having a body is effectively filled by the monads that it dominates.The Fold
The relationship between the possession of a body and domination.
Attempts of connecting parts to a whole body.
The effect of folding and unfolding.