On the left, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Leipzig, 1646-Hannover, 1716), German philosopher and scientist, and, right, the title page for his Treatise on Commercium Philosophicum et Mathematicum : Stock Illustration
On the left, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Leipzig, 1646-Hannover, 1716), German philosopher and scientist, and, right, the title page for his Treatise on Commercium Philosophicum et Mathematicum : Stock Illustration

On the left, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Leipzig, 1646-Hannover, 1716), German philosopher and scientist, and, right, the title page for his Treatise on Commercium Philosophicum et Mathematicum

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On the left, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (Leipzig, 1646-Hannover, 1716), German philosopher and scientist, and, right, the title page for his Treatise on Commercium Philosophicum et Mathematicum.

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