The legacy of Leibniz's thought has been profound in philosophy and continues today. For the next volume of Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy we invite submission of new work on any aspect of Leibniz's philosophy or its reception and influence in the 1700s. We especially encourage scholarship on the influence of Leibnizian philosophy on Kant.
Guest Editors: Katherine Dunlop (University of Texas at Austin) and Samuel Levey (Dartmouth College). They can be contacted for further inquiries:
Nature, Mind, and Action in Leibniz Workshop, University of Turku, June 1–2, 2017 Room: SH 150 (Publicum)
Thursday June 1 9:30 Stephan Schmid (Hamburg): “Leibniz’s Concept of the Will and the Non-Rational Strivings of Monads" 10:45 Valtteri Viljanen (Turku): “Leibniz and Locke on Deliberation” 13:30 Julia Borcherding (Yale): “Leibniz on Moral Instincts” 14:45 Julia Jorati (Ohio): “Embodied and Disembodied Cognition in Leibniz” 16:15 Peter Myrdal & Arto Repo (Turku): “Leibniz on Ideas” Friday June 2 10:00 Ohad Nachtomy (Bar-Ilan): “Monads at the Top, Monads at the Bottom, Monads All Over” 11:15 Sebastian Bender (Humboldt): “Leibniz and the Puzzle of Independence” 14:00 Nabeel Hamid (Penn): “Optimality Principles in Leibniz's Natural Philosophy” 15:15 Paolo Rubini (Helsinki): “Loss of Motion: Leibniz on the Phenomenon of Friction”
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The workshop is open to everyone. No registration is needed. http://blogit.utu.fi/…/nature-mind-and-action-in-leibniz-w…/