Leibnitz et Spinoza [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 9 (4):703-703 (1956)
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From an examination of Leibniz's letters and papers, the author traces the influence of Spinoza on Leibniz, and considers the criticisms which Leibniz raised against Spinoza. There is an appendix on the scholastic and renaissance antecedents of the two philosophers.--A. R.



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