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.”
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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Leibniz, Baron Gottfried Wilhelm von 1646-1716. German philosopher…