Talk:Polish Logic

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Subject of Polish logic[edit]

Actually, WorldCat has 21 titles under the above 2-term expression: [1]. There is a devision of logic by this name. Therefore, there should be an article on it. It essentially the innovations which Poles have brought to modern logic during the interwar year. --Ludvikus 18:49, 13 October 2007 (UTC)

I believe that has been resolved with the hatnote pointing to Polish notation. I'll move this page from Polish logic to (uppercase) Polish Logic, as it's a book title, and maybe that will also help avoid confusion. -- ℜob C. alias ⒶⓁⒶⓇⓄⒷ 20:25, 27 August 2008 (UTC)