Works of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

This book is a comprehensive collection of the philosophical, scientific, and mathematical works of a renowned 17th-century polymath. It includes his groundbreaking ideas in the fields of calculus, metaphysics, logic, and theology, as well as his correspondence with other notable intellectuals of his time. The compilation provides an in-depth look into his innovative concepts like the principle of sufficient reason, pre-established harmony, and monadology, offering a profound understanding of his significant contributions to the Age of Enlightenment.

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Total Points: 39

Since this book was first published in 1700, there is a penalty of 0%. The age adjusted score is 39.0.

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