Leibniz has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Alexander Artem Sakharov' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Leibniz was highly popular in February last year.
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[...] sentence is replaced by an expression having the same reference. And this is in fact the case. Leibniz gives the definition: 'Eadem sunt, quae sibi mutuo substitui possunt, salva veritate.' What else [...]
[...] remains static. But Newton’s contemporary, the German mathematician and philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, balked at this idea of absolute space. Take away the various objects that make up the universe, [...]
[...] leveled at Foucault's discursive universe), or the Panglossian solution of [[Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz|Leibniz]]: that God is language in its supposed completion. Badiou again turns here to [...]
[...] it is not surprising that IN and his acolytes engaged in a smear campaign to besmirch Gottfried Leibniz (GL), co-inventor of the calculus, the most important tool of higher mathematics. In the late [...]
[...] [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel]]. Die beschriebenen Philosophen, u.a. [[John Locke|Locke]], [[Leibniz]], [[Spinoza]] und [[Lessing]], einen geistige ‚Familienbande’ (z.B.HSA, Bd.8, 169,178); alle [...]
[...] concept of absolute time and absolute space was never formulated since as Einstein put it, 'if Leibniz was right we have to start science from scratch'. Thus science is still in a middle place, with [...]