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O zasadzie sprzecznosci u Arystotelesa
Krakow: Akademia Umiejetnosci, 1910.ukasiewicz, Jan (1878-1956). O zasadzie sprzeczno ci u Arystotelesa. Studyum krytyczne. [4], 210, [2]pp. Krakow: Akademia Umiejetno ci, 1910. 199 x 140 mm. Half cloth, paste paper boards ca. 1913, number stamped on spine, label and deaccessioning stamp of the University of Lodz???s Biblioteka Instytutu Filosofii. Library stamps / markings on title, verso title and one other leaf, but very good. First Edition, and very scarce on the market, with no copies in auction records. ukasiewicz???s first book, on the principle of contradiction in Aristotle???s writings, marks his earliest attempt to ???open up on logic vistas comparable to those opened in geometry by the introduction of non-Euclidian systems??? (McCall, Polish Logic, 1920-1938, p. 2). ukasiewicz, a Polish logician and philosopher, introduced mathematical logic into Poland and was one of the principal founders, architects and teachers of the Warsaw school of logic. ???His most famous achievement was to give the first rigorous formulation of many-valued logic. He introduced many improvements in propositional logic, and became the first historian of logic to treat the subject???s history from the standpoint of modern formal logic . . . ???Of all the works ukasiewicz published before World War I, one most clearly anticipated his later concerns. This was the 1910 monograph On the Principle of Contradiction in Aristotle. It marked a crucial turning point in the development of the Lw
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