Polish Logic

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This article is about the book. For the mathematical concept referred to as "Polish logic", see Polish notation.

Polish Logic is an anthology of papers by several authors- Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz, Leon Chwistek, Stanislaw Jaskowski, Zbigniew Jordan, Tadeusz Kotarbinski, Stanislaw Lesniewski, Jan Lukasiewicz, Jerzy Slupecki, and Mordchaj Wajsberg- published in 1967 and covering the period 1920–1939. The work focus on the contributions of Polish logicians, more particularly, mathematical logicians, to modern logic.

Library of Congress cataloging data[edit]

LC Control No.: 67106639
Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
Personal Name: McCall, Storrs, comp.
Main Title: Polish logic, 1920-1939 papers by Ajdukiewicz [and others];
Published/Created: Oxford, Clarendon P., 1967.
Description: [2] viii, 406 p. 23 cm.
Subjects: Logic, Symbolic and mathematical--Addresses, essays, lectures.
LC Classification: BC135 .M18