A Galileo, a Newton, a Leibnitz
for instance, discovered some new facts, gave us some new definitions and formulated some new methods of handling old problems and at each stage of civilization such discoveries and their logical consequences transformed deeply all our knowledge and therefore affected enormously our practical achievements.
Das keltische Heiligtum auf den Perl-/Stadlackern am Frauenberg bei Leibnitz
(Steiermark), in E.
and Ziffer note that the previous owner of the Dermota manuscript was Bertha Porubszky (See Katalog der Sammlung Anton Dermota.
The infinite sum in (1,3) complicates things and the binomial Leibnitz
rule of  will simplify things enormously, Thus consider first a momomial [z.
The name of Berlin comes from Polabian berl or birl 'bog' and quite many other names of places in Germany and Austria are of Slavic origin, like Leipzig < Lipic, Leibnitz
< lipbnica, Graz < Gradec, Dobritzschen < Dobricin, Ferschnitz < * berzbnica, Edlitz < jedlica, Fladnitz < *blatbnica, Pettog <potokb, Dollnitz < dolinica (cf.
The research was led by Petek in collaboration with chemists at the Leibnitz
Institute for Solid State Research in Dresden, Germany, and theoreticians at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei, People's Republic of China.
and Locke challenged the ideas of knowledge as faith and developed ideas of knowledge as accurate, provable facts.
Presumably Signor Aneschi has in mind Eliot's devotion to the dualism of Leibnitz
, E H.
Other worthy pieces include Scott Breuninger's "Irish Clergy and the Deist Controversy: Two Episodes in the Early British Enlightenment," interesting for its account (among other things) of the way in which Anglican Bishop and philosopher George Berkeley responded to the deism of John Toland and Anthony Collins; and Eric Sean Nelson's "Leibnitz
and China: Religion, Hermeneutics, and Enlightenment," which explores how Leibnitz
juggled his deep Christian commitment with the curious openness, so frequently associated with the Enlightenment, to other cultures (in Leibnitz
's case, Chinese).
This experimental research was performed in Braunschweig technical university (Germany) for ceramic bearings and in Hannover Leibnitz
technical university (Germany) was made extensive steel bearing research.
In Germany, the residual influence of Leibnitz
held the worst excesses of French rationalism at bay.
It refers to God's essential benevolence despite the existence of evil, which, Leibnitz
said, God allowed to exist temporarily in the interests of the greater good in the "best of all possible worlds.