Calculus History: B e r k e l e y and L e i b n i z? Watch

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My Assignment is asking this:

"How would have L e i b n i z answer B e r k e l e y 's Criticism if he was alive using his infinitesimals method? In your own opinion or base on a resource".... Just need little hint please.
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My Assignment is asking this:

"How would have L e i b n i z answer B e r k e l e y 's Criticism if he was alive using his infinitesimals method? In your own opinion or base on a resource".... Just need little hint please.
I think you are sensible to make it difficult for this thread to appear in web searches but you need to do this piece of research or form an opinion of your own as it is YOUR assignment.
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I think you are sensible to make it difficult for this thread to appear in web searches but you need to do this piece of research or form an opinion of your own as it is YOUR assignment.
The only way he could've made it more obvious would've been posting it on Yahoo Answers. :P

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My Assignment is asking this:

"How would have L e i b n i z answer B e r k e l e y 's Criticism if he was alive using his infinitesimals method? In your own opinion or base on a resource".... Just need little hint please.
I suspect he would have answered it in German. Is this enough to get you started?
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