This page is dedicated to G. W. Leibniz (1646-1716), a German philosopher and polymath, and my aim is to collect all available web-resources into this single page in order to help to find Leibniz-material more easily and to provide a space for Leibniz-studies, both my own and others. Suggestions, links and other comments are most welcome to address markku.roinila at helsinki.fi
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However, I will not provide struggling students with Leibniz-essays. If you need information about Leibniz, please refer to the links on this page or read the books recommended on the books section.
If you find Leibniz and his philosophy interesting, please visit the Leibniz-discussion board (link bellow). You are welcome to discuss and ask questions of Leibniz in the forum.
Leibniz discussion board
Very small one this time.
All of those interested in the philosophy of Leibniz are warmly invited to Rice University for a Leibniz conference from Friday to Sunday, January 25-27, 2008. This will be the first in a series of annual conferences devoted primarily to the philosophy of Leibniz and organized by the Leibniz Society of North America (LSNA). The launching of this new annual conference series is part of the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the founding of the LSNA.Among the speakers at this first annual conference:
Martha Bolton Rutgers University (President, Leibniz Society of North America)
Donald Rutherford Univ. of California-San Diego
Gregory Brown University of Houston
Daniel Garber Princeton University
Glenn Hartz Ohio State University (Editor, Leibniz Review)
Hans Poser Technische Universität Berlin (long-time leader in the Leibniz Gesellschaft)
François Duchesneau University of Montreal
Also presenting papers at the conference will be the two most recent winners of the Leibniz Society Essay Competition -- in 2006 and 2007, respectively:
Larry M. Jorgensen Valparaiso University
Jeffrey McDonough Harvard University