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The Dissertatio de arte combinatoria ("Dissertation on the Art of Combinations" or "On the Combinatorial Art") is an early work by Gottfried Leibniz published in 1666 in Leipzig. It is an extended version of his first doctoral dissertation, written before the author had seriously undertaken the study of mathematics. The booklet was reissued without Leibniz' consent in 1690, which prompted him to publish a brief explanatory notice in the Acta Eruditorum. During the following years he repeatedly expressed regrets about its being circulated as he considered it immature. Nevertheless it was a very original work and it provided the author the first glimpse of fame among the scholars of his time.

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  • Disertación acerca del arte combinatorio
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  • The Dissertatio de arte combinatoria ("Dissertation on the Art of Combinations" or "On the Combinatorial Art") is an early work by Gottfried Leibniz published in 1666 in Leipzig. It is an extended version of his first doctoral dissertation, written before the author had seriously undertaken the study of mathematics. The booklet was reissued without Leibniz' consent in 1690, which prompted him to publish a brief explanatory notice in the Acta Eruditorum. During the following years he repeatedly expressed regrets about its being circulated as he considered it immature. Nevertheless it was a very original work and it provided the author the first glimpse of fame among the scholars of his time.
  • La Disertación acerca del arte combinatorio (en latín, Dissertatio de arte combinatoria) es una obra temprana de Gottfried Leibniz publicada en 1666 en Leipzig.​ Se trata de una versión extendida de su primera tesis doctoral,​ escrita antes de que el autor hubiera emprendido seriamente el estudio de las matemáticas.​
  • La Dissertatio de arte combinatoria (latin pour : « Dissertation sur l'art combinatoire »), ou plus simplement De arte combinatoria (« De l'art combinatoire ») est un ouvrage de jeunesse du philosophe et savant polymathe allemand Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz publié en 1666 à Leipzig. C'est une version étendue de sa thèse de doctorat, rédigée avant que l'auteur ne commence véritablement ses études de mathématiques.
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  • La Dissertatio de arte combinatoria (latin pour : « Dissertation sur l'art combinatoire »), ou plus simplement De arte combinatoria (« De l'art combinatoire ») est un ouvrage de jeunesse du philosophe et savant polymathe allemand Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz publié en 1666 à Leipzig. C'est une version étendue de sa thèse de doctorat, rédigée avant que l'auteur ne commence véritablement ses études de mathématiques. Le livret a été réimprimé sans l'assentiment de Leibniz en 1690, ce qui l'a incité à publier une notice explicative dans la revue Acta Eruditorum. Dans les années suivantes, il a plusieurs fois exprimé ses regrets sur la mise en circulation d'un ouvrage qu'il considérait comme immature. C'est néanmoins un travail très original, et il a donné à l’auteur un début de renommée parmi les savants de son temps.
  • The Dissertatio de arte combinatoria ("Dissertation on the Art of Combinations" or "On the Combinatorial Art") is an early work by Gottfried Leibniz published in 1666 in Leipzig. It is an extended version of his first doctoral dissertation, written before the author had seriously undertaken the study of mathematics. The booklet was reissued without Leibniz' consent in 1690, which prompted him to publish a brief explanatory notice in the Acta Eruditorum. During the following years he repeatedly expressed regrets about its being circulated as he considered it immature. Nevertheless it was a very original work and it provided the author the first glimpse of fame among the scholars of his time.
  • La Disertación acerca del arte combinatorio (en latín, Dissertatio de arte combinatoria) es una obra temprana de Gottfried Leibniz publicada en 1666 en Leipzig.​ Se trata de una versión extendida de su primera tesis doctoral,​ escrita antes de que el autor hubiera emprendido seriamente el estudio de las matemáticas.​ El folleto fue reeditado sin el consentimiento de Leibniz en 1690, lo que lo llevó a publicar un breve aviso explicativo en el Acta Eruditorum.​ Durante los años siguientes, expresó reiteradamente su pesar por su circulación, ya que la consideraba una obra inmadura.​ Sin embargo, fue un trabajo muy original y proporcionó al autor el primer atisbo de fama entre los eruditos de su tiempo.
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