The Leibniz Review 14:57-63 (2004)

This is one of the most philosophically interesting books on Leibniz published in the last years: it is highly rewarding not only for Leibniz scholars, but also for people interested in typical issues of contemporary analytic philosophy like transworld identity, the identity of indiscernibles, the contrast between suchness and thisness, etc. It is even a quite demanding book: clearly written and well argued, it discusses at length, in rigorous analytical style, many philosophical topics, raising several questions and suggesting original answers.
Keywords History of Philosophy  Major Philosophers
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ISBN(s) 1524-1556
DOI 10.5840/leibniz2004149
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