Talk:Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
Leibniz or Leibnitz?
I wrote Leibniz and some other Citizen changed that to Leibnitz, which I accepted. With the chance of starting a war I bring up the question: Leibniz or Leibnitz? --Paul Wormer 09:08, 2 July 2008 (CDT) PS See Talk:Isaac Newton
- I have never seen it written "Leibnitz" in any philosophy book I've read. --Tom Morris 09:12, 2 July 2008 (CDT)
- I've seen it only very rarely. I don't recall seeing it in serious philosophy books, which virtually always use "Leibniz." I had a graduate course about Leibniz, FWIW. --Larry Sanger 14:34, 2 July 2008 (CDT)
Somewhat off subject but ...
If anybody here is knowledgeable about philosophy, I have an article I wrote on Wikipedia about the philosophy of Spinoza which I would like to import here, but I'm new to CZ. It's not Wikipedia's current version but one from December, and I wrote almost all of it. It's based on the work of a Spinoza scholar, but rewritten for simplicity, and had great pictures (including animations) in it.--Thomas Wright Sulcer 12:38, 15 February 2010 (UTC)