Authored: Leibniz and Clarke: a Study of their Correspondence, Oxford University Press, 1997.
Edited: Samuel Clarke: A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, Cambridge University Press, 1998.

Representative Articles
"Leibniz's Theory of Personal Identity in the New Essays"Studia Leibnitiana, Band XVII/1 (1985): 36-43.
"Leibniz on Necessary and Contingent Predication," Studia Leibnitiana, Band XVII/2 (1986): 195-210; republished in R. S. Woolhouse (ed.) Leibniz: Critical Assessments (London, 1994).
"Leibniz on Reflection and its Natural Veridicality," Journal of the History of Philosophy, volume xxv (1987): 247-62.
"Leibniz on Locke on Weakness of the Will," Journal of the History of Philosophy, volume xxviii (1990): 213-28 .
with Paolo Mancosu, "Detleff Cluver: An Early Opponent of the Leibnizian Differential Calculus," Centaurus, volume 33 (1990): 325-44; "Torricelli's Infinitely Long Solid and Its Philosophical Reception in the Seventeenth Century," Isis, volume 82 (1991): 50-70.
"Clarke's Extended Soul," Journal of the History of Philosophy, volume xxxi (1993): 387-403.
"Leibniz and Clarke on Miracles", Journal of the History of Philosophy xxxiii (1995): 563-92.


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