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Bertrand Russell is noted for his logical acumen and clarity in his writing. His powers are fully exhibited in his book, A Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of Leibniz, the new edition of 1937. Attentive readers can command for Leibniz a clear view of elements of this philosophical system on issues of substance, identity of indiscernables, propositions, continuity, matter, space, time, monadology, knowledge, and the law of sufficient reason. This book has an ?Appendix of Leading Passages? to aid a careful student. Russell performs an excellent and thorough task to integrate views scattered in many writings of Leibniz, with careful attention to consistency and completeness in logical analysis. In this volume we have an excellent source of scholarship on this philosopher.
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