[Journal] The Mathematical Intelligencer. Vol. 28. No 2

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Tore up the paper, threw it away and lay down in bed. He tried again to write, then covered his eyes with his nightcap, lay on his side and passed gently away at ten o'clock. That Leibniz "could not read his writing" (instead of "could not see") ap­ pears also in the early biography [3] of Eberhard. In [ 1 1 ] we even find Leibniz trying to burn the paper with his can­ dle instead of holding the paper against the candlelight to read it. Evidently, many details were in­ vented, probably only to glorify the death of the great man.

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