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The Yale Leibniz is a series of books containing texts and translations of the works of G. W. Leibniz. Each volume contains both the original language text and an English translation on facing pages. The original language text is up to the highest standard of modern textual scholarship. Some texts will be reprinted from the Samtliche Schriften und Briefe, in progress under the general editorship of the Akademie der Wissenschaften; others are taken from editions that meet the high standards of that edition. Some texts will be edited or re-edited from the manuscripts and early printed sources, with the cooperation of the editors of the Akademie edition. The translations are newly commissioned with the aim of making the texts more easily available to both students and scholars. The series is intended to produce neither a complete edition of Leibniz’s writings nor a comprehensive selected works edition. Although there will be uniform standards of editing and translation, each volume is intended to be independent, a collection of texts that constitute a natural unit. The focus of the series is Leibniz’s philosophical thought, but this is interpreted broadly enough to include not only his metaphysics and epistemology but also his theology, his physics, and even aspects of his mathematics. Each volume will be edited and translated by a scholar selected from the best of the international community of scholars working on late seventeenth-century philosophy.

The Yale Leibniz Series contains texts and translations of the works of the great philosopher G. W. Leibniz. Each volume includes both the original language text and an English translation on facing pages. The original language text is up to the highest standard of modern textual scholarship. The translations are newly commissioned with the aim of making the texts more easily available to both students and scholars. The focus of the series is Leibniz’s philosophical thought, but this is interpreted broadly enough to include not only his metaphysics and epistemology but also his theology, his physics, and even aspects of his mathematics. Each volume will be edited and translated by a scholar selected from the best of the international community of scholars working on late seventeenth-century philosophy.

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  • Writings on the Continuum Problem, 1672-1686

    G. W. Leibniz; Translated, edited and with an introduction by Richard T. W. Arthur

    09/03/2013, Paper
    $47.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300205053
  • Translated, Edited, and with an Introduction by Brandon C. Look and Donald Rutherford

    09/28/2007, Cloth
    $100.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300118049
  • Papers Concerning the Problem of Evil, 1671–1678

    G. W. Leibniz; Translated and with an introduction by Robert C. Sleigh, Jr.; with contributions from Brandon Look and James Stam

    01/24/2006, Cloth
    $105.00 |
    ISBN: 9780300089585