Leibniz and Clarke: A Study of their Correspondence
Graduate studies at Western
OUP USA (1998)
|Abstract||The correspondence between Leibniz and Samuel Clarke (1715-16) was probably the most famous and influential philosophical exchange of the eighteenth century. It focused on the clash between the Newtonian and Leibnizian world systems, involving disputes in physics, theology, and metaphysics. Vailati's book provides a comprehensive overview and commentary on this important body of letters. He not only identifies and evaluates the various arguments, but situates the views advanced by the correspondence in the context of their principal writings.|
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