The Leibniz Review 14:89-98 (2004)

Nick Trakakis
Australian Catholic University
Nicholas Rescher is well-known for the breadth of his philosophical corpus, covering fields as diverse as medieval Arabic logic, process metaphysics, philosophy of science, and value theory. But one of his greatest preoccupations and passions throughout his career has been the life and thought of G.W. Leibniz. Indeed, as a result of his intimate familiarity with Leibniz and Leibniz’s historical milieu, Rescher invariably provides us with a clear, rigorous, and sympathetic treatment of Leibniz’s texts, and the present book under review is no exception.
Keywords 220210 History of Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 1524-1556
DOI 10.5840/leibniz2004145
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