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Stanisław Krajewski, Anna Brożek, Krzysztof Nowicki, Arkady Zakrevsky, Yaroslav Shramko, Robert W. McGee, Marina F. Bykova,

Anna Brożek – born in 1980 in Krakow, philosopher, pianist, music theorist, professor at the University of Warsaw, head of the Lvov-Warsaw School Research Center. She completed her philosophical (2003) and piano (2004) studies in Krakow, and then obtained her doctorate (2006) and habilitation (2008) in philosophy at the University of Warsaw, as well as the title of professor of humanities (2015); she also holds a habilitation in the field of art (music theory). She is the author or co-author of several books and numerous articles on logical semiotics, methodology, history and philosophy of logic, ontology, as well as philosophy and music theory.


Jan Łukasiewicz and His German Ally. A History of Łukasiewicz-Scholz Cooperation and Friendship

The article presents interpersonal relations and mutual influences between
German logician Heinrich Scholz and Polish scholars, first of all Jan
Łukasiewicz. The background for presenting these relationships consists of
reflections on the development of logic in Poland and various conceptions of
how to apply logic to philosophical issues. Firstly, Jan Łukasiewicz’s program
of logicisation of philosophy and his search for allies is presented. Secondly,
the forms of cooperation between Łukasiewicz and Scholz, as well as contacts
between the latter and other Polish scholars are sketched. Finally, forms of
Scholz’s help to Polish friends during the tumultuous period of World War II
are examined. The article provides also some reflections on the approach to
logic in various European centers of analytic philosophy and historical
comments on the continuity of philosophical and logical schools.


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