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OTHER WORDS FROM LeibnizLeib·niz·i·an, Leib·nitz·i·an [lahyb-nit-see-uhn], /laɪbˈnɪt si ən/, adjective, nounLeib·niz·i·an·ism, Leib·nitz·i·an·ism, nounpost-Leib·nitz·i·an, adjectivepost-Leib·niz·i·an, adjective
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Leibniz (185) and Voltaire (170) also performed well, but others gave a lackluster showing.
Leibniz here distinctly opposes identical truths as necessary, to truth connected with reason as contingent.
But, says Leibniz, there is something resisting, that to which Keppler gave the name inertia.
In the few pages of comment which Leibniz in 1696 wrote upon Locke, this topic of the infinite is one of the few touched upon.
Upon the origin and nature of desires Leibniz has much more to say than about the impulses.
It is a question, however, for which Leibniz himself has provided an answer.