Gottfried Leibniz

Gottfried Leibniz

Died: November 14, 1716, Hanover, Germany Website Facebook Twitter

Leibniz was a German polymath and philosopher who occupies a prominent place in the history of mathematics and the history of philosophy, having developed calculus independently of Isaac Newton.

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Inspiration from within...

by Michelangelo and others in Figures of Speech

We a living contradictions, manifest ironies of sorts; beautiful, bountiful and tragic. Do you feel that it is a coincidence that the greatest medical issue of the cutting edge time is excess consumption and obesity? Indeed, you are in good company.

Universal Ether

by Gottfried Leibniz and others in Figures of Speech

Your monotone monads are monotonous, a singularity of sorts negating the bifurcation of reality into the ideal of simplicity. I tend to agree, for the most part, but dualities lie next to the monad and function within conceptualized boundaries, unconditional, absolute and universal.

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