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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,

Urszula Wybraniec-Skardowska – Ph.D., Habilitation, was for many years a full professor of logic at the University of Opole, recently a researcher affiliated at the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw. Her interdisciplinary research interests include: logic, logic and philosophy of language, philosophy, logical theory of communication, formal linguistics, information sciences and mathematics. She was a visiting professor at several universities in the US and the Netherlands. She is also a member of many Polish and international scientific associations, included: The Association for Symbolic Logic (USA), The European Association for Logic, Language and Information (FoLLI), the Polish Association for Semiotic Studies, and the Polish Association for Logic and Philosophy of Science, the Polish Society of Philosophy, the Polish Society of Mathematics. She is the author of over 150 publications, including  several books. She is a recipient of many national awards.

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The Warsaw School of Logic: Main Pillars, Ideas, Significance

The Warsaw School of Logic (WSL) was the famous branch of the Lvov-Warsaw School (LWS) – the most important movement in the history of Polish philosophy. Logic made the most important field in the activities of the WSL. The aim of this work is to highlight the role and significance of the WSL in the history of logic in the 20th century.

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