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eBook LeibnizPDF ì Ë kdglasscouk Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz ˈlaɪbnɪts; German ˈɡɔtfʁiːt ˈvɪlhɛlm fɔn ˈlaɪbnɪts or ˈlaɪpnɪts; July – November was a German polymath and philosopherHe occupies a prominent place in the history of mathematics and the history of philosophy Most scholars believe Leibniz developed calculus independently of Isaac Newton and Leibniz's notation has been widely used ever since.

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  • Ella Grace

    eBook LeibnizPDF ì Ë kdglasscouk leibniz kindle, Leibniz ePUBWhat an interesting read Because of our modern day knowledge of atoms and because nothing works perfectly I don't think his concept of monads would work but it was interesting to think about that perhaps these perfect monads worked before the Fall and atoms are part of a new broken world Also I found his discussion on the connection between mind and body interesting since it was uite different from Socrates' teachings


  • Roberto Rigolin F Lopes

    eBook LeibnizPDF ì Ë kdglasscouk leibniz kindle, Leibniz ePUBWe are somewhere between 1660 and 1715 Leibniz is exchanging letters with friends about recent developments on the state of the art Sometimes sharing his criticism over other people ideas say Descartes Lock and Newton and other times replying to criticism on his ideas He very often uses “god” in his arguments; Kindle says that there are 986 appearances of “god” in this text about two “gods” per page And his “god” is indeed formidable but fiction even a priest wrote him saying that his ideas are hard to reconcile with free will If you want to play Nietzsche THE god challenger you can challenge Leibniz’s god just using the BIG BANG 1927 EVOLUTION 1859 But hey this is a pretty easy win


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