Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy
The book series Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy (MEMP) is committed to publishing first-rate scholarly work on philosophical thought from the 12th century to the end of the 18th century. It deliberately adopts the view that the development from medieval to early modern thought was primarily shaped by continuities and gradual changes rather than ruptures and revolutions. The series is broad in its thematic outlook in that it accepts contributions on thinkers from various religious and non-religious traditions. It encourages innovative scholarship that opens up new perspectives on canonical authors as well as investigations into the work of less known figures, including women philosophers.
The distinguished editors of the series (see below) assure high quality of the publications in the series. All book proposals are peer-reviewed. The series speaks to an international audience and accepts contributions in English, German and French. The multilinguality of the series represents the view that multifarious linguistic competency is essential to high-quality research on the period. Apart from research monographs, thematic edited volumes and commented translations are welcome to be included in the series.
Julia Jorati is Associate Professor at The University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her research focuses on Early Modern Philosophy, especially on Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. She is the author of Leibniz on Causation and Agency (2017).
Dominik Perler is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His main research areas are Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy. He was awarded the Gottfried-Wilhelm-Leibniz-Preis in 2006 and was Global Scholar at Princeton University from 2013 to 2015. He is editor of The Faculties: A History (2015) and author of Feelings Transformed. Philosophical Theories of the Emotions, 1270-1670 (2018).
Stephan Schmid is Professor for History of Philosophy at Universität Hamburg. His research concerns Late Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy with a special focus on Francisco Suárez and Baruch de Spinoza. He is editor of Philosophy of Mind in the Late Middle Ages (2018) and author of Finalursachen in der frühen Neuzeit (2011).