Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz

Standard Name: Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm


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Family and Intimate relationships Simone de Beauvoir
Maheu got her accepted by Sartre and Nizan : he put her forward as someone who could help in their study of Leibnitz . Then Maheu failed the exam which the others passed, and left...
Friends, Associates Catharine Trotter
During her London years she was an ally of Damaris Masham , but quarrelled with Delarivier Manley . She found both a patron and a friend in Sarah, Lady Piers (who wrote poetry herself). She...
Intertextuality and Influence Anne Conway
AC 's work was of particular interest to the Philadelphian Society associated with Jane Lead . It is now believed to have influenced Leibnitz (who owned and annotated a copy of her treatise), and through...
Literary responses Catharine Trotter
Her defence brought praise from Locke himself (of the strength and clarity of her reasoning), a gift of books, and the opening of an actual correspondence. It brought her, too, warm praise from John Toland
Theme or Topic Treated in Text C. E. Plumptre
CP's discussion of Pantheism begins with Hindu and Buddhist texts (The Vedas, Brahminism, The Vedanta Philosophy, The Bhagavad Gita), then moves through several Greek schools. In the modern period she...


1707: Edward Lhuyd of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford...

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Edward Lhuyd of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford first demonstrated in print that the ancient British language was related to the Gaelic of Ireland and Scotland.


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