Gottfried Leibniz (1646–1716), a wild, optimistic genius, spent his life improving mankind—in economics, science, philosophy, and politics. The inventor of the calculus and a creator of physical economics, his work and life serve as a model for today, and were an inspiration to the young Lyndon LaRouche. Jason Ross presents the first in a series of discussions.
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Recommended Leibniz reading — top three are:
• Discourse on Metaphysics
• Specimen Dynamicum
• Leibniz-Clarke Correspondence