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Leibnizian Resources was updated 19. 5. 2023

of XI. Internationaler Leibniz-Kongress 2023

Leibniz Archiv Repository
- the currently available Academy Editions of Leibniz's work of Reihe 1, 3, and 7 with additional material

Academy edition:

Berichtigungen zu Reihe I, III & VII
Nachträge zu Reihe I
Nachträge zu Reihe III
Material zu Reihe I

Transkriptionen des Leibniz-Briefwechsels für die Leibniz-Akademie-Ausgabe

Überprüfte Briefe: 1708, 1709, 1710, 1711, 1712, 1713, 1714, 1715, 1716
Nicht überprüfte Briefe: 1710, 1711, 1712, 1713, 1714

Transkriptionen und Vorauseditionen mathematischer Schriften für die Leibniz-Akademie-Ausgabe: Mathesis Philiumm

In memoriam: Maria Rosa Antognazza

Leibniz's Modal Metaphysics from Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Joshua Horn) of Hartmut Rudolph
Hartmut Rudolph: The Authority of the Bible and the Authority of Reason in Leibniz's Ecumenical Argument

Translation by Lloyd Strickland:

Society of Brotherly Love (1669)?
On the Powers of 0 (end 1672 spring 1673 (?))
On Converging Series (June 1676 (?))
Leibniz to Landgrave Ernst von Hessen-Rheinfels (April 1681)
Leibniz to Landgrave Ernst von Hessen-Rheinfels (16/26 November 1685)
On the Reality of Accidents (September December 1688 (?))
On the Duodecimal Progression (1695)
An Integer is a Whole Assembled from Unities (c. 1700)
General Mathesis (c. 1700)
Leibniz to Nicholaas Witsen (2 March 1704)
George Smalridge, Bishop of Bristol to Sophie, Electress of Hanover, on Leibniz's Theodicy (4 March 1715)
Tactile Binary Clock (1716 (?))