leibnizpl.jpg G.W.Leibniz(1646-1716) was born in Leipzig near the end of the Thirty Years’ War (1618–1648) which was one of the most destructive conflicts in European history.
He contributed to various fields of human knowledge, such as mathematics, natural sciences, logic, ethics, jurisprudence, linguistics as well as philosophy. The discovery of precalculs(1675) as an achievement on matematics, the revive of the concept of dynamic in physics, and a divisal of Universal Characteristic in logic are widely known. It is interesting that all his achievements are not independent of each other. Such a characteristic becomes much more clear when we see Leibniz’s Chronology.
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Leibniz always addressed various issues in different fields concurrently. His highly-diverse activities are attributed to his creativity to relate different ideas to each other in parallel. He harmonizes these ideas into a simple principle common to them.
Leibniz's philosophy seems to play a central part in this harmonization. As regard to his philosophy, however, Theodicy is the one and only one published volumious work in his lifetime, so his philosophy has yet to appear in full view(the complete work is in course of publication). This is the just beginning of the eclaicissment of his philosophy.

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