References for Gottfried Leibniz

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  1. E J Aiton, J E Hofmann, F Kreiling, J Mittelstrass, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830902540.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9047669/Gottfried-Wilhelm-Leibniz

Books:

  1. E J Aiton, Leibniz : A biography (Bristol- Boston, 1984).
  2. H G Alexander, The Leibniz-Clarke correspondence (Manchester, 1956).
  3. D Bertoloni Meli, Equivalence and priority : Newton versus Leibniz (New York, 1993).
  4. C D Broad and C Lewy, Leibniz: An Introduction (1975).
  5. G Castelnuovo, Le origini del calcolo infinitesimale nell'era moderna, con scritti di Newton, Leibniz, Torricelli (Milan 1962).
  6. J M Child, The early mathematical manuscripts of Leibniz (London, 1920).
  7. P Costabel, Leibniz and dynamics : The texts of 1692 (Ithaca, N.Y., 1973).
  8. L Couturat, La logique de Leibniz (Hildesheim, 1961).
  9. L Couturat, Opuscules et fragments inédits de Leibniz (Hildesheim, 1966).
  10. M Dascal, Leibniz : Language, signs and thought (Amsterdam, 1987).
  11. F Duchesneau, La dynamique de Leibniz, Mathesis (Paris, 1994).
  12. G E Guhrauer (trans. by J M Mackie), Life of Godfrey William von Leibniz (1966).
  13. E A Fellmann, G W Leibniz : Marginalia in Newtoni Principia Mathematica (Paris, 1973).
  14. H Hecht, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz : Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften im Paradigma der Metaphysik, Teubner-Archiv zur Mathematik (Stuttgart, 1992).
  15. J E Hofmann, Leibniz in Paris, 1672-1676 (Cambridge, 1974).
  16. K HÜber, Leibniz (German), Verlag von R. Oldenbourg (München, 1951).
  17. H Ishiguro, Leibniz's philosophy of logic and language (Cambridge, 1990).
  18. J-P Flad, Les trois premières machines à calculer : Schickard (1623), Pascal (1642), Leibniz (1673) (Paris, 1963).
  19. A R Hall, Philosophers at war : The quarrel between Newton and Leibniz (Cambridge, 1980).
  20. J Hostler, Leibniz's moral philosophy (London, 1975).
  21. E M Huggard and A Farrer, G W Leibniz : Theodicy (London, 1951).
  22. H T Mason, The Leibniz-Arnauld correspondence (Manchester, 1967).
  23. J T Mertz, Leibniz (1948).
  24. K Müller and Krönert (eds.), Leben und Werk von Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz : Eine Chronik (Frankfurt a.M., 1969).
  25. E Pasini, Il reale e l'immaginario. La fondazione del calcolo infinitesimale nel pensiero di Leibniz (Torino, 1993).
  26. N Rescher, Leibniz: An Introduction to His Philosophy (1979).
  27. P Riley, G W Leibniz : The political writings (London, 1981).
  28. G M Ross, Leibniz (Oxford, 1984).
  29. D Rutherford, Leibniz and the rational order of nature (Cambridge, 1995).
  30. M Serres, Le système de Leibniz et ses modèles mathématiques. Tome I : Étoiles (Paris, 1968).
  31. M Serres, Le système de Leibniz et ses modèles mathématiques. Tome II : Schémas-point (Paris, 1968).
  32. R C Taliaferro, The concept of matter in Descartes and Leibniz (Notre Dame, Ind., 1964).
  33. R S Woolhouse (ed.), Leibniz : metaphysics and philosophy of science (London, 1981).

Articles:

  1. A Agostini, Quattro lettere inedite di Leibniz e una lettera di G Grandi, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. (N.S.) 6 (1953), 434-443.
  2. E J Aiton, The celestial mechanics of Leibniz in the light of Newtonian criticism, Ann. of Sci. 18 (1962), 31-41.
  3. E J Aiton, The celestial mechanics of Leibniz : A new interpretation, Ann. of Sci. 20 (1964), 111-123.
  4. E J Aiton, The inverse problem of central forces, Ann. of Sci. 20 (1964), 81-99.
  5. E J Aiton, Leibniz on motion in a resisting medium, Arch. History Exact Sci. 9 (1972), 257-274.
  6. E J Aiton, An unpublished letter of Leibniz to Sloane, Ann. of Sci. 38 (1) (1981), 103-107.
  7. E J Aiton, The mathematical basis of Leibniz's theory of planetary motion, Studia Leibnitiana Sonderheft 13 (1984), 209-225.
  8. E J Aiton, The application of the infinitesimal calculus to some physical problems by Leibniz and his friends, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 133-143.
  9. J-P Alcantéra and G W Leibniz, La 'Caractéristique géométrique' leibnizienne : travail du discernement et relations fondamentales, Rev. Histoire Sci. 46 (4) (1993), 407-437.
  10. G Arrighi, On a memoir of Leibniz from 1684 (Italian), in Contributions to the history of mathematics (Modena, 1992), 35-39.
  11. K Bachowicz, On certain of Leibniz's observations concerning the substantiation of mathematical statements, Polish Acad. Sci. Inst. Philos. Sociol. Bull. Sect. Logic 12 (4) (1983), 143-147.
  12. H R Bernstein, Passivity and inertia in Leibniz' 'Dynamics', Studia Leibnitiana 13 (1) (1981), 97-113.
  13. D Bertoloni Meli, Public claims, private worries : Newton's 'Principia' and Leibniz's theory of planetary motion, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 22 (3) (1991), 415-449.
  14. D Bertoloni Meli, Some aspects of the interaction between natural philosophy and mathematics in Leibniz, in The Leibniz renaissance (Florence, 1989), 9-22.
  15. D Bertoloni Meli, Leibniz's excerpts from the 'Principia mathematica', Ann. of Sci. 45 (5) (1988), 477-505.
  16. D Bertoloni Meli, Leibniz on the censorship of the Copernican system, Studia Leibnitiana 20 (1) (1988), 19-42.
  17. G Bertram, Leibniz und das Prinzip der stationären Wirkung, in Theoria cum praxi : on the relationship of theory and praxis in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries IV (Wiesbaden, 1982), 158-166.
  18. H J M Bos, The influence of Huygens on the formation of Leibniz' ideas, in Leibniz in Paris (1672-1676) Sympos. G W Leibniz Soc./CNRS I (Wiesbaden, 1978), 59-68.
  19. F C M Bosinelli, Über Leibniz' Unendlichkeitstheorie, Studia Leibnitiana 23 (2) (1991), 151-169.
  20. H Breger, Le continu chez Leibniz, in Le labyrinthe du continu (Paris, 1992), 76-84.
  21. H Breger, Leibniz' Einführung des Transzendenten, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 119-132.
  22. M V Budylina, An unpublished letter of Leibniz (Russian), Trudy Inst. Istor. Estest. Tehn. 1 (1954), 309-316.
  23. H Burkhardt and C Dufour, Infinity in Leibniz's metaphysics, in The Leibniz renaissance (Florence, 1989), 43-54.
  24. M Ceki'c, Leibniz und die Mathematiker des 17. Jahrhunderts, in Theoria cum praxi : on the relationship of theory and praxis in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries IV (Wiesbaden, 1982), 119-128.
  25. I B Cohen, Leibniz on elliptical orbits, J. Hist. Medicine 17 (1962), 72-82.
  26. A Cook, The 350th anniversary of the birth of G W Leibniz, F. R. S., Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 50 (2) (1996), 153-163.
  27. D Corish, Time, space and freewill : the Leibniz-Clarke correspondence, in The study of time III (New York-Berlin, 1978), 634-657.
  28. M A Correia, Theory of variations and the art of complication of the sciences in the 'Dissertatio de arte combinatoria' (1666) of G W Leibniz (Spanish), Theoria (San Sebastián) (2) 10 (23) (1995), 141-153.
  29. P Costabel, Leibniz et les séries numériques, in Leibniz in Paris (1672-1676) Sympos. G W Leibniz Soc./CNRS I (Wiesbaden, 1978), 81-101.
  30. P Costabel, Notes fugitives sur l'absolu et le rélatif chez Leibniz et Newton, Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. 24 (94) (1974), 112-121.
  31. P Costabel, Les mémoires de Leibniz sur l'arithmétique binaire à l'Académie Royale des Sciences de Paris, in 1969 Studia Leibnitiana. Supplementa II (Wiesbaden), 20-26.
  32. C B Cox, A defence of Leibniz's spatial relativism, Studies in Hist. and Philos. Sci. 6 (2) (1975), 87-111.
  33. G V Coyne, Newton's controversy with Leibniz over the invention of the calculus, in Newton and the new direction in science (Vatican City, 1988), 109-115.
  34. M L Dalla Chiara and M Mugnai, A formal reconstruction of Leibniz' intensional semantics, in The Leibniz renaissance (Florence, 1989), 55-70.
  35. M Dascal, Leibniz's early view on definition, in Theoria cum praxi : on the relationship of theory and praxis in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries III (Wiesbaden, 1980), 33-50.
  36. I Dietsch, Leibniz-Bibliographie 1993, Studia Leibnitiana 25 (2) (1993), 213-252.
  37. F A Doull, Leibniz's logical system of 1686-1690 (Spanish), Theoria (San Sebastian) (2) 6 (14-15) (1991), 9-28.
  38. F Duchesneau, Leibniz and the philosophical analysis of science, in Logic, methodology and philosophy of science VIII (Amsterdam-New York, 1989), 609-624.
  39. F Duchesneau, Hypothèses et finalité dans la science leibnizienne, Studia Leibnitiana 12 (2) (1980), 161-178.
  40. J Echeverria, Geometrical calculations in Leibniz (Spanish), Theoria (San Sebastian) (2) 6 (14-15) (1991), 29-54.
  41. F Ekowski and A Hölzer, Leibniz- Bibliographie 1984, Studia Leibnitiana 16 (2) (1984), 230-254.
  42. S B Engelsman, Orthogonaltrajektorien im Prioritätsstreit zwischen Leibniz und Newton, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 144-156.
  43. G Englebretsen, A note on Leibniz's wild quantity thesis, Studia Leibnitiana 20 (1) (1988), 87-89.
  44. G Englebretsen, Leibniz on logical syntax, Studia Leibnitiana 14 (1) (1982), 119-126.
  45. L Feigenbaum, Leibniz and the Taylor series, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 258-267.
  46. M Feingold, Newton, Leibniz, and Barrow too : an attempt at a reinterpretation, Isis 84 (2) (1993), 310-338.
  47. E A Fel'man, Remarks of G W Leibniz about a certain theorem in Newton's 'Principia' (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. Vyp. 21 (1976), 150-157.
  48. E A Fellmann, Über eine Bemerkung von G W Leibniz zu einem Theorem in Newtons 'Principia Mathematica', Historia Math. 5 (3) (1978), 267-273. (Translation of [83])
  49. M Fichant, Leibniz, cet inconnu, Vie Sci. 13 (4) (1996), 343-353.
  50. M Fichant, Leibniz lecteur de Mariotte, Rev. Histoire Sci. 46 (4) (1993), 333-405.
  51. M Fichant, Les concepts fondamentaux de la mécanique selon Leibniz, en 1676, in Leibniz in Paris (1672-1676) Sympos. G W Leibniz Soc./CNRS I (Wiesbaden, 1978), 219-232.
  52. M Fichant, Bibliographie leibnizienne, Rev. Histoire Sci. 46 (4) (1993), 487-492.
  53. M Fichant, Neue Einblicke in Leibniz' Reform seiner Dynamik (1678), Studia Leibnitiana 22 (1) (1990), 48-68.
  54. J O Fleckenstein, Der Prioritätsstreit zwischen Leibniz und Newton, Elem. Math. Beiheft (12) (1956).
  55. D Fouke, Leibniz's opposition to Cartesian bodies during the Paris period (1672-1676), Studia Leibnitiana 23 (2) (1991), 195-206.
  56. H Freudenthal, Autour du principe de continuité de Leibniz, in 300 Jahre 'Nova methodus' von G W Leibniz (1684-1984) (Wiesbaden, 1986), 157-168.
  57. H Freudenthal, Die Gesetze des elastischen Stosses bei Leibniz, Mathemata, Boethius : Texte Abh. Gesch. Exakt. Wissensch. XII (Wiesbaden, 1985), 427-439.
  58. H Freudenthal, Leibniz und die 'Analysis Situs', Studia Leibnitiana 4 (1) (1972), 61-69.
  59. H Freudenthal, Leibniz und die Analysis Situs, in Homenaje a Millás-Vallicrosa I (Barcelona, 1954), 611-621.
  60. G Gale, Theory and practice in science : Leibniz, conservation principles, and the gap between theory and experiment, in Theoria cum praxi : on the relationship of theory and praxis in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries IV (Wiesbaden, 1982), 8-16.
  61. G Gale, Leibniz and some aspects of field dynamics, Studia Leibnitiana 6 (1974), 28-48.
  62. J Gallego-Diaz, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) (Spanish), Gaz. Mat., Lisboa 7 (30) (1946), 3-4.
  63. M Galli, Sulle idee di Leibniz circa la legge di conservazione delle forze vive, Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. (3) 11 (1956), 445-456.
  64. R Gatto and F Palladino, The 'Dutch's problems' and Leibniz's point of view on the 'analytic art', Studia Leibnitiana 24 (1) (1992), 73-92.
  65. E Giusti, A comparison of infinitesimal calculus in Leibniz and Newton (Italian), Rend. Sem. Mat. Univ. Politec. Torino 46 (1) (1988), 1-29.
  66. H Grant, Leibniz - beyond the calculus, Math. Semesterber. 39 (1) (1992), 3-11.
  67. R Grieser, Korrespondenten von G W Leibniz : Johannes Teyler, Studia Leibnitiana 1 (1969), 208-227.
  68. A T Grigoryan, Leibniz and Russia, Organon 7 (1970), 195-208.
  69. E Grosholz, Was Leibniz a mathematical revolutionary?, in Revolutions in mathematics (New York, 1992), 117-133.
  70. R Hall, Leibniz and the British mathematicians (1673-1676), in Leibniz in Paris (1672-1676) Sympos. G W Leibniz Soc./CNRS I (Wiesbaden, 1978), 131-152.
  71. H Hecht, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz über Geometrie und Erfahrung, in Mathematik und Wirklichkeit (Berlin, 1991), 71-79.
  72. P M Heimann, 'Geometry and nature' : Leibniz and Johann Bernoulli's theory of motion, Centaurus 21 (1) (1977), 1-26.
  73. M Heller and A Staruszkiewicz, A physicist's view on the polemics between Leibniz and Clarke, Organon 11 (1975), 205-213.
  74. J E Hofmann, Tschirnhaus und Leibniz in Paris, in Akten des II. Internationalen Leibniz-Kongresses II (Wiesbaden, 1975), 47-65.
  75. J E Hofmann, Leibniz und Wallis, Studia Leibnitiana 5 (1973), 245-281.
  76. J E Hofmann, Leibniz und Ozanams problem, Studia Leibnitiana 1 (1969), 103-126.
  77. J E Hofmann, G W Leibniz (14.11.1716) - der Erfinder des Calculus. I, Praxis Math. 8 (1966), 253-259.
  78. J E Hofmann, G W Leibniz (14.11.1716) - der Erfinder des Calculus. II, Praxis Math. 8 (1966), 281-292.
  79. J E Hofmann, Leibniz als Vollender der Renaissance-Mathematik, Sudhoffs Arch. 50 (1966), 375-391.
  80. S H Hollingdale, Leibniz and the first publication of the calculus in 1684, Bull. Inst. Math. Appl. 21 (5-6) (1985), 88-94.
  81. M Horvath, On the attempts made by Leibniz to justify his calculus, Studia Leibnitiana 18 (1) (1986), 60-71.
  82. M Horvath, On the manuscript of Leibniz 'Methodus tangentium inversa seu de functionibus' (Hungarian), Mat. Lapok 31 (1-3) (1978/83), 107-115.
  83. M Horvath, The problem of the infinitely small in mathematics, in the work of Leibniz (Hungarian), Mat. Lapok 30 (1-3) (1978/82), 191-209.
  84. M de Icaza Herrera, Galileo, Bernoulli, Leibniz and Newton around the brachistochrone problem, Rev. Mexicana Fis. 40 (3) (1994), 459-475.
  85. C Iltis, Leibniz and the vis viva controversy, Isis 62 (211) (1971), 21-35.
  86. H Ishiguro, La notion dite confuse de l'infinitésimal chez Leibniz, in Leibniz : questions de logique (Wiesbaden, 1988), 183-196.
  87. M Jurgens and J Orzschig, Korrespondenten von G W Leibniz : Christophe Brosseau, Studia Leibnitiana 16 (1984), 102-112.
  88. G Kalinowski, La logique juridique de Leibniz, Studia Leibnitiana 9 (1977), 168-189.
  89. V M Kir'yanova, The ideas of the symbolic calculus of Leibniz and Euler (Russian), in Questions on the history of mathematical natural science (Kiev, 1979), 91-96.
  90. E-K W Kluge, Frege, Leibniz and the notion of an ideal language, Studia Leibnitiana 12 (1) (1980), 140-154.
  91. H G Knapp, Some logical remarks on a proof by Leibniz, Ratio 12 (2) (1970), 125-137.
  92. W Kneale, Leibniz and the picture theory of language, Rev. Internat. Philos. 20 (2-3) (1966), 204-215.
  93. E Knobloch, Les courbes analytiques simples chez Leibniz, in Un parcours en histoire des mathématiques : travaux et recherches (Nantes, 1993), 74-96.
  94. E Knobloch, Leibniz and Euler : problems and solutions concerning infinitesimal geometry and calculus, in Conference on the History of Mathematics (Rende, 1991), 293-313.
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  96. E Knobloch, Theoria cum praxi. Leibniz und die Folgen für Wissenschaft und Technik, Studia Leibnitiana 19 (2) (1987), 129-147.
  97. E Knobloch, Leibniz und sein mathematisches Erbe, Mitt. Math. Ges. DDR 1 (1984), 7-35.
  98. E Knobloch, Die entscheidende Abhandlung von Leibniz zur Theorie linearer Gleichungssysteme, Studia Leibnitiana 4 (3-4) (1972), 163-180.
  99. E Knobloch, Die mathematischen Studien von G W Leibniz zur Kombinatorik, Janus 63 (1-3) (1976), 1-25.
  100. E Knobloch, The mathematical studies of G W Leibniz on combinatorics, Historia Math. 1 (1974), 409-430.
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  105. D Lanier, Leibniz, la nouvelle analyse et la géométrie ou Enquête sur la fenêtre de Viviani, in Cahiers du séminaire d'histoire des mathématiques 8 (Paris, 1987), 203-224.
  106. N J Lehmann, Neue Erfahrungen zur Funktionsfähigkeit von Leibniz' Rechenmaschine, Studia Leibnitiana 25 (2) (1993), 174-188.
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  120. P Marchi, The controversy between Leibniz and Bernoulli on the nature of the logarithms of negative numbers, in Akten des II. Internationalen Leibniz- Kongresses II (Wiesbaden, 1975), 67-75.
  121. D Marshall, Lukasiewicz, Leibniz and the arithmetization of the syllogism, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 18 (2) (1977), 235-242.
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