Author:Gottfried Leibniz

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Polymathic genius, with major contributions to mathematics, physics, philosophy, theology, and early computer science; independent inventor of calculus in mathematics; inventor of energy and the action principle in physics; diplomat, librarian; worked in vain towards reunification of Catholic and Protestant faiths

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz



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