Space, Time, and Indiscernibles in Leibnitz

Space, Time, and Indiscernibles in Leibnitz

If space is real separately from substances, then two substances can be indiscernibles and be in different locations - this entails a paradox.
But, if space is a 'projection' of internal properties of substances, then two apparently indiscernible substances are really different by virtue of those properties which are perceived as spatial relations.