Lloyd Strickland is Professor of Philosophy and Intellectual History at Manchester Metropolitan University (UK). His principal research interests are Early Modern Philosophy (especially Leibniz), and Philosophy of Religion. In addition to numerous journal articles he has published nine books, including Leibniz Reinterpreted (Continuum, 2006), Leibniz and the Two Sophies (University of Toronto Press, 2011), Leibniz’s Monadology (Edinburgh University Press, 2014), Leibniz on God and Religion (Bloomsbury, 2016), Tercentenary Essays on the Philosophy and Science of Leibniz (Palgrave, 2017, with Julia Weckend and Erik Vynckier), Proofs of God in Early Modern Europe (Baylor University Press, 2018) and Leibniz’s Legacy and Impact (Routledge, 2019, with Julia Weckend). He also runs a website which contains many of his translations of Leibniz’s writings: www.leibniz-translations.com
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Leibniz, Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion