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Monad may refer to:
- Monad (philosophy) a term meaning "unit" used by philosophers to signify a variety of entities from a genus to God.
- Monism, the concept of "one essence" in the metaphysical and theological theory
- Monad (Gnosticism), the most primal aspect of God in Gnosticism
- Monadology, a book of philosophy by Gottfried Leibniz in which monads are a basic unit of perceptual reality
- Monadologia Physica by Immanuel Kant
- The Cup or Monad, a text in the Corpus Hermetica
- Great Monad, an older name for the Taijitu symbol
Mathematics and computer science
- Monad (category theory), a construction in category theory
- Monad (functional programming), functional programming constructs that capture various notions of computation
- Monad (linear algebra), a 3-term complex
- Monad (non-standard analysis), the set of points infinitesimally close to a given point.
- Monad (music), a single note, in contradistinction to a dyad, triad, tetrad, etc.
- Monad, a historical term for a simple unicellular organism
Proper names and popular culture
- John Monad, title character of the television series John from Cincinnati
- Monad, a code name for the Windows PowerShell command line interface for Microsoft Windows
- Monad/Monado, a sword In the videogame Xenoblade Chronicles that allows the user to foresee the future
- Monad Proxy, a character in the anime series Ergo Proxy
- Monads, megastructures in the novel The World Inside by Robert Silverberg
- "Monad's Anthem", the last track of Cat Stevens' 1975 album Numbers
- All pages beginning with "Monad", for titles starting "Monad" or "Monadic"
- All pages with titles containing Monad
- Monadic (disambiguation)
- Monas Hieroglyphica, or the "Hieroglyphic Monad", a symbol designed by John Dee
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