Władysław Witwicki (1878, Lubaczów – 1948, Konstancin) was a Polish psychologist, philosopher, translator, historian (of philosophy and art) and artist. Seen as one of the fathers of psychology in Poland. He studied at the University of Lwów and became a professor at the University of Warsaw.
- Translations of Plato's dialogues
- Translations of the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Mark with psychological analysis (1942)
- Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, John Radzilowski, Dariusz Tolczyk (eds.), Poland's Transformation: A Work in Progress, Transaction Publishers, 2009, p. 174.
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