The Aftermath of the Principia Mathematica
From 1677 Leibniz is serving the Hanoverians and is occupied with judicial, political, historical and administrative work. He corresponds on a worldwide level, returns from time to time to mathematical and physical questions, but has no longer partners for correspondence within the Royal Society. The year 1684 sees the first publication of Leibniz’s differential calculus in the Acta Eruditorum.
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