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||Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: Sämtliche
Schriften und Briefe. Edited by the German Academy of Science.
Darmstadt and Berlin: Berlin Academy, 1923-. Cited by series, volume,
||Philosophical Essays. Edited and translated
by Roger Ariew and Daniel Garber. Indianapolis: Hackett, 1989.
||Opuscules et Fragments Inédits de
Leibniz. Edited by Louis Couturat. Paris: Felix Alcan, 1903.
||Die Philosophischen Schriften von Gottfried
Wilhelm Leibniz. Edited by C.I. Gerhardt. Berlin: Weidman,
1875–1890. Cited by volume and page.
||Textes Inédits. Edited by Gaston Grua.
Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1948.
||Theodicy. Edited by Austin Farrer and
translated by E.M. Huggard. New Haven: Yale UP, 1952.
||Philosophical Papers and Letters. Edited by
Leroy Loemker, 2nd ed. Dordrecht: Reidel, 1969.
||The Leibniz-Arnauld Correspondence.
Translated and edited by H.T. Mason. Manchester: Manchester UP,
||Philosophical Writings. Translated and edited
by Mary Morris and G.H.R. Parkinson. London: Dent, 1973.
||Leibniz: Logical Papers. Translated and
edited by G.H.R. Parkinson. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1966.
||New Essays on Human Understanding. Translated
and edited by Peter Remnant and Jonathon Bennett. Cambridge: Cambridge
||Monadology and Other Philosophical Essays.
Translated and edited by Paul Schrecker and Anne Martin Schrecker. New
York: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1965.
||Leibniz: Selections. Edited by Philip P.
Wiener. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1951.
- Carlin, L., 2004. “ Leibniz on Conatus, Causation, and Freedom,”Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, 85: 365–379. (Scholar)
- Churchland, P., 1984. Matter and Consciousness, Cambridge: MIT Press. (Scholar)
- Cole, D., 1984. “Thought and Thought Experiments,” Philosophical Studies, 45: 431–444. (Scholar)
- Cook, D., 1972. “Leibniz and Hegel on the Philosophy of
Language,” Studia Leibnitiana Supplementa, 15:
- Dascal, M., 1987. Leibniz: Language, Signs, and Thought. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. (Scholar)
- Garber, D., 2009. Leibniz: Body, Substance, Monad. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
- Gennaro, R., 1999. “Leibniz on Consciousness and Self-Consciousness,” in New Essays on the Rationalists, R. Gennaro and C. Huenemann (eds.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 353–371. (Scholar)
- Jackson, F., 1982. “Epiphenomenal Qualia,” Philosophical Quarterly, 32: 127–136. (Scholar)
- Kulstad, M., 1977. “Leibniz's Conception of Expression,” Studia Leibnitiana, 9: 55–76. (Scholar)
- –––, 1982. “Some Difficulties in Leibniz's
Definition of Perception,” Leibniz: Critical and
Interpretive Essays, M. Hooker (ed.), Minneapolis: University of
Minnesota, 65–78. (Scholar)
- –––, 1991a. Leibniz on Apperception, Consciousness, and Reflection, München: Philosophia. (Scholar)
- –––, 1991b. “Appetition in the Philosophy
of Leibniz,” Mathesis rationis: Festschrift für
Heinrich Schepers, Münster: Philosophia, 133–52. (Scholar)
- Lodge, P. and Bobro, M., 1998. “Stepping back inside Leibniz's Mill,” Monist, 81: 554–73. (Scholar)
- McGinn, C., 1989. “Can We Solve the Mind-Body Problem,” Mind, 98: 346–366. (Scholar)
- McRae, R., 1976. Leibniz: Perception, Apperception, and Thought, Toronto: Toronto University Press.. (Scholar)
- Nagel, T., 1974. “What is it Like to be a Bat?” Philosophical Review, 83: 435–450. (Scholar)
- O'Neill, E., 1993. “Influxus Physicus,”Causation in Early Modern Philosophy, S. Nadler (ed.), University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. (Scholar)
- Pratt, V., 1987. Thinking Machines: The Evolution of
Artificial Intelligence, Oxford: Basil Blackwell. (Scholar)
- Rossi, P., 1989. “The Twisted Roots of Leibniz's
Characteristic,” The Leibniz Renaissance, Florence:
Olschki, 271–289. (Scholar)
- Rutherford, D., 1995. “Philosophy and Language in Leibniz,” The Cambridge Companion to Leibniz, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 224–269. (Scholar)
- Seager, W., 1991. “The Worm in the Cheese: Leibniz, Consciousness, and Matter,” Studia Leibnitiana, 23: 79–91. (Scholar)
- Searle, J., 1990. “Minds, Brains, and Programs,” Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3: 417–457. (Scholar)
- Simmons, A., 2001. “Changing the Cartesian Mind: Leibniz on Sensation, Representation, and Consciousness,” Philosophical Review, 110: 31–75. (Scholar)
- Sleigh, R.C., 1990. “Leibniz on Malebranche on Causality,”
Central Themes in Early Modern Philosophy, J.A.Cover and Mark
Kulstad (eds.), Indianapolis: Hackett, 161–194. (Scholar)
- Wilson, M., 1974. “Leibniz and Materialism,” Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 3: 495–513. (Scholar)