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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, German philosopher Framed Print
Portrait of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, German philosopher and mathematician, born in 1646 and died in 1716. He has been called the Aristotle of the 17th century due to his interest in all branches of

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, German philosopher Framed Print

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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz (1646 1716), German philosopher and mathematician. Leibnitz has been called the Aristotle of the 17th century due to his interest in all branches of knowledge. In 1671, Leib