Glenn A. Hartz, Editor
Julia Jorati, Book Review Editor
Board of Editorial Consultants:
Robert M. Adams (Rutgers)
Martha Bolton (Rutgers)
Daniel Garber (Princeton University)
Ursula Goldenbaum (Emory University)
Mark Kulstad (Rice University)
Nicholas Rescher (University of Pittsburgh)
Donald Rutherford (University of California, San Diego)
R. C. Sleigh, Jr. (University of Massachusetts)
Leibniz Texts Referee: Massimo Mugnai (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
Tables of Contents for Past Volumes: 1991–1999
Tables of Contents for Past Volumes: 2000–2008
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The Leibniz Review* is an annual, refereed journal sponsored by the Leibniz Society of North America. Founded in 1991, the Review publishes articles on the philosophy of Leibniz and other, related figures in early modern philosophy. It also includes Leibniz texts and book reviews of recent works on Leibniz. It is indexed in ERIH PLUS, Index Copernicus, IBZ, The Philosopher’s Index, PhilPapers, and Scopus. Subscriptions and online access are provided by the Philosophy Documentation Center.
Contributions may be submitted by members or non-members of the Society. Unsolicited articles are not considered. New authors in the field have a chance to publish an article in the review by winning the annual essay contest. Unsolicited reviews (written in English) of works (in any language) on the philosophy of Leibniz, and of critical editions of Leibniz’s works, are occasionally considered. There is an upper limit of ten (10) typewritten manuscript pages (double-spaced, standard type size) for each entry. (In some cases, longer reviews maybe accepted.) In order to be considered for the Review in any given year, articles and book reviews must be received by 1 September of that year. Submissions should be e-mailed by attachment.
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*This title replaces and continues Leibniz Society Review, used 1993–98.
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