The Leibniz Review
The Journal of the Leibniz Society of North America
Glenn A. Hartz, Editor
The Leibniz Review is an annual, refereed journal which publishes original articles on Leibniz, book reviews of recent works on Leibniz's philosophy, new transcriptions and translations of Leibniz's texts, and information about the international status of Leibniz studies. This innovative publication is sponsored by the Leibniz Society of North America. Members receive the journal as a benefit of membership.
Current Issue + Archive
Contributors include Philip Beeley, Marcelo Dascal, Daniel Garber, Mogens Lærke, Samuel Levey, Massimo Mugnai, Nicholas Rescher, R. C. Sleigh, Jr., and Catherine Wilson.
"An absolutely invaluable journal. Energetic, well produced, and contentful ... quite unmissable by any properly focussed Leibniz scholar."
— R. S. Woolhouse, University of York
"A Leibniz-journal of the first rank. All Leibniz-scholars in the English-speaking world (and many in Germany, France, Italy and Spain) look forward to the appearance of the Review each December."
— Patrick Riley, Harvard University
"The Leibniz Review has established itself ... as an important forum for cutting edge work on Leibniz. The sheer quantity of interest in Leibniz and of high level work on his philosophy amply justifies the existence of a Leibniz-centered journal in English."
— Robert M. Adams, Yale University
· ISSN 1524-1556 (print) · Annual · Sponsored by the Leibniz Society of North America ·
· ISSN 2153-9162 (online) · Online access includes volume 1 (1991) to the present ·
| - print + online with LSNA membership
|Online (IP authentication)
For more information contact us by phone 800-444-2419 or 434-220-3300, by fax 434-220-3301; or by e-mail [email protected].