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This category is for the contributions of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz to the historic development of calculus concepts.

Webpages that are devoted to his philosophical ideas should be submitted to the Society/Philosophy/Philosophers/L/Leibniz,_Gottfried_Wilhelm/category category.

Gottfried Wilhelm Von Leibniz lived from 1646 and died in 1716. He was born in Leipzig, Prussia and died in Hannover, Germany. He was considered by most people to be have independently discovered calculus concepts, along with Sir Isaac Newton. He was also famous as a philosopher and logician. He's credited with making the first mechanical calculator.
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