Henryk Struve

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Henryk Struve (also known as Florian Gąsiorowski) (1840–1912) was a Polish philosopher. He has been called "perhaps the most remarkable person in logic in Warsaw in the 19th century".[1] Struve taught philosophy at Warsaw University from 1862 to 1903.[2] He wrote works in Polish, German and Russian.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Jan Woleński (2008). "Mathematical Logic in Warsaw: 1918-1939". In Andrzej Ehrenfeucht; V. Wiktor Marek; Marian Srebrny. Andrzej Mostowski and Foundational Studies. IOS Press. p. 30. ISBN 978-1-58603-782-6. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  2. ^ Anders Ahlqvist, ed. (1992). Diversions of Galway: Papers on the History of Linguistics from ICHoLS V, Galway, Ireland, 1-6 September 1990. John Benjamins Publishing. p. 320. ISBN 978-90-272-4555-7. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 

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