Harrie Manders

Harrie Manders

Harrie Manders
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The Three Archangels with Tobias | ©Eugene a / Wikicommons

The Three Archangels with Tobias | ©Eugene a / Wikicommons

Oskar Kokoschka`s  Alma doll (Alma Mahler), 1919, Vienna, Leopoldmuseum ________________________________ Oskar Kokoschka`s  Alma-Puppe (Alma Mahler)

Oskar Kokoschka`s Alma doll (Alma Mahler), 1919, Vienna, Leopoldmuseum ________________________________ Oskar Kokoschka`s Alma-Puppe (Alma Mahler)

Leibniz: Strange monods, esoteric harmony and love

Leibniz: Strange monods, esoteric harmony and love

Leibniz’s Principle of Sufficient Reason states, simply, that for every positive fact there must be an explanation equal to it.

Leibniz’s Principle of Sufficient Reason states, simply, that for every positive fact there must be an explanation equal to it.

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) was a German philosopher, scientist, mathematician and logician. Leibniz invented the binary number system, which is used today as the foundation of basically all digital computers. He was also known for developing infinitesimal calculus and a widely used mathematical notation system.

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646-1716) was a German philosopher, scientist, mathematician and logician. Leibniz invented the binary number system, which is used today as the foundation of basically all digital computers. He was also known for developing infinitesimal calculus and a widely used mathematical notation system.

map showing the correspondence of Damaris Cudworth Masham and Gottfried Leibniz

map showing the correspondence of Damaris Cudworth Masham and Gottfried Leibniz

The prosecution calls Gottfried Leibniz.

The prosecution calls Gottfried Leibniz.

How to draw Leibniz

How to draw Leibniz

Sophie (Sophia) Charlotte (1668-1705), Queen of Bohemia G.W. Leibniz (1646-1716)

Sophie (Sophia) Charlotte (1668-1705), Queen of Bohemia G.W. Leibniz (1646-1716)

Sophie Charlotte von Preußen und Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

Sophie Charlotte von Preußen und Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz