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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, ne a Leipzig le 1er juillet 1646 et mort a Hanovre le 14 novembre 1716, est un philosophe, scientifique, mathematicien, logicien, diplomate, juriste, bibliothecaire et philologue allemand. Il exerca une grande influence sur les cours d Europe, fit passer les mathematiques dans une nouvelle ere. Il est considere comme l un des plus grands penseurs europeens.
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