Leibniz definition

  • others:
    • Leibniz, Baron Gottfried Wilhelm von 1646-1716. German philosopher and mathematician. He invented differential and essential calculus independently of Newton and proposed an optimist metaphysical principle that included the idea that people live-in "the very best of all feasible worlds.”
  • noun:
    • German philosopher and mathematician who looked at the universe as composed of independent monads and whom devised something regarding the calculus separate of Newton (1646-1716)

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