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The Leibniz Review 5:40-40 (1995)

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In contrast to the enthusiastic reception of Kant and to Hegel, scholars in Bulgaria have traditionally not been interested in the philosophy of Leibniz. That is not to say that there has been no interest, for in 1898 the Monadology was translated into Bulgarian along with an introduction and notes. In 1920, I. A. Georgov published a book simply titled Leibniz that is an exposition of his philosophy. Recently there has been growing interest in Leibnizian thinking. Another book, by Y. Pogrebsky, was published in 1973 and a translation of the New Essays on Human Understanding appeared the following year.

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