# Binary Arithmetic : From Leibniz to

@inproceedings{Lodder2008BinaryA, title={Binary Arithmetic : From Leibniz to}, author={J. Lodder}, year={2008} }

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716) is often described as the last universalist, having contributed to virtually all fields of scholarly interest of his time, including law, history, theology, politics, engineering, geology, physics, and perhaps most importantly, philosophy, mathematics and logic [1, 9, 11]. The young Leibniz began to teach himself Latin at the age of 8, and Greek a few years later, in order to read classics not written in his native language, German. Later in life, he wrote:

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