Adam Ignacy Zabellewicz

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Adam Ignacy Zabellewicz (1784–1831) was a professor of philosophy at Warsaw University.[1]


Zabellewicz was professor of philosophy at Warsaw University from 1818 to 1823.[2]

Zabellewicz was one of nearly all the university professors of philosophy in Poland before the November 1830–31 Uprising who held a position that shunned both Positivism and metaphysical speculation, affined to the Scottish philosophers but linked in certain respects to Kantian critique.[3]

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  1. ^ Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Zarys..., pp. 16–17.
  2. ^ Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Zarys..., pp. 16–17.
  3. ^ Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Zarys..., p. 16–17.


  • Władysław Tatarkiewicz, Zarys dziejów filozofii w Polsce (A Brief History of Philosophy in Poland), [in the series:] Historia nauki polskiej w monografiach (History of Polish Learning in Monographs), [volume] XXXII, Kraków, Polska Akademia Umiejętności (Polish Academy of Learning), 1948. This monograph draws from pertinent sections in earlier editions of the author's Historia filozofii (History of Philosophy).