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    Leibniz on Compossibility and Possible Worlds eds. by Gregory Brown and Yual Chiek
    Journal of the History of Philosophy 55 (4): 735-736. 2017.
    This collection brings together nine essays addressing the problem of compossibility in Leibniz's system of thought. The problem of compossibility is that of determining by what mechanism two independently possible substances are jointly possible, and thus do form part of the same possible world. The collection opens with an excellent introduction to the terrain, reviews established approaches to the problem, and will be extremely helpful to both those new to, and those familiar with, Leibniz.Ad…Read more