- Lwow-Warsaw School of Logic
The Lwów–Warsaw School of Logic was headed by
Kazimierz Twardowski, who had been a student of Franz Brentanoand is regarded as the "father of Polish logic."
The Lwów–Warsaw School of Logic lay at the origin of
Polish logicand was closely associated with the Warsaw School of Mathematics. It began as a more general philosophical school but steadily moved toward logic. In the 1930s Alfred Tarskiinitiated contacts with the Vienna Circle. Besides Brentano, Brentano's pupils Anton Marty, Alexius Meinongand Edmund Husserlalso exerted a considerable influence on Polish philosophy and the Lwów–Warsaw School. Principal topics of interest to this school were formal ontology, mereology, universal or categorial grammar, and the like.
Notable members of the school included:
* Szaniawski, K., ed., "The Vienna Circle and the Lvov–Warsaw School", Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer.
* Wolenski, Jan, "Logic and Philosophy in the Lvov–Warsaw School", Dordrecht/Boston/Lancaster: Reidel, 1989.
* Coniglione, F., "Polish Scientific Philosophy: The Lvov–Warsaw School", Amsterdam-Atlanta:Rodopi, 1993.
* Smith, Barry, "Austrian Philosophy", Chicago, Open Court Publishing Company, 1994.
School of Brentano
Polish School of Mathematics
History of philosophy in Poland
* [http://www.fmag.unict.it/~polphil/PolPhil/LvovWarsaw/LvovWarsaw.html The Lvóv-Warsaw School]
* [http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2003/entries/lvov-warsaw/ The Lvóv-Warsaw School] , by
Jan Woleński. in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
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