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Samuel Levey (Hrsg.)Katherine Dunlop (Hrsg.)

From Leibniz to Kant

Reihe: Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy
Band 21
 (in Vorber.) 2019, ca. 272 S., kart.
 ISBN: 978-3-95743-154-7
 EUR 58,00
 Abo: EUR 48,00

G.W. Leibniz’s legacy to philosophy is extraordinary for his vast body of work, for his originality and prescience, and for his influence. The aim of this volume is to provide a state-of-the-art exploration of Leibniz’s philosophy and its legacy, especially in the period up to Kant.


The essays collected here offer new insights into signature elements of Leibniz’s thought – the theory of contingency, anti-materialism, the principle of sufficient reason, the metaphysics of substance, and his philosophy of mind – as well as the influence of predecessors such as Lull, Descartes, and Malebranche, the reckoning of his ideas in the works of Wolff and Kant, and the contributions of Clarke, Baumgarten, Meier, Du Châtelet, and others to the content, transmission, and reception of Leibnizian philosophy.

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Die Herausgeber/innen

Samuel Levey

Samuel Levey is Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College.

Katherine Dunlop

Katherine Dunlop is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin.