The Leibniz Review 12:53-64 (2002)

This book offers a careful investigation of Leibniz’s theory of truth and, at the same time, an accurate analysis of many aspects of Leibniz’s ontology and philosophy of logic. Given its complexity and richness, I limit myself to illustrat ing certain aspects of Rauzy’s inquiry and to expressing some, albeit moderate, disagreement. Despite this disagreement, the author’s achievement is extraordinary. Anyone interested in Leibniz’s logic and metaphysics will read it with great profit.
Keywords History of Philosophy  Major Philosophers
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DOI leibniz2002126
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