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2020-09-21
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Jan Woleński, Urszula Wybraniec-Skardowska, Andrzej Pietruszczak, Yaroslav Shramko, Andrew Schumann, Piotr Łukowski, Matheus Gabriel Barbosa, Fabien Schang, Vadim Verenich, Jaap Hage, Roman Murawski, Arkady Zakrevsky, Andrea Reichenberger, Marina F. Bykova, Robert W. McGee,

Professor at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow.

E-mail: wolenski@if.uj.edu.pl

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Logic and Metalogic: a Historical Sketch

This paper briefly discusses the relations between logic and metalogic in  history. Metalogic is understood as a reflection on logic in its various senses, particularly sensu stricto (formal, mathematical) and sensu largo (formal logic plus semantic plus methodology of science). It is shown that metalogic in its contemporary understanding arose after mathematical logic had become a mature discipline. Special passage is devoted to metalogic in Poland. The last part of the paper discussed so-called logocentric predicament.  

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