In Memoriam Jan Lukasiewicz

Philosophical Studies 6:3-49 (1956)

Abstract
THE great Polish logician Jan Lukasiewicz died on February 13, 1956 in Dublin, where, thanks to the hospitality of the Irish Government and the Royal Irish Academy, he had spent the last ten years of his life as a distinguished professor of the Academy. Thanks to the help he received in Dublin, he was able not only to reconstruct and prepare his papers for publication, but was also able to carry on new research in the field of symbolic logic, obtaining several new and important results. Thus, due to the odd and dreadful historical circumstances of our times, the name of this Polish scientist is connected not only with his native country, but also with Ireland.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  History of Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 0554-0739
DOI philstudies1956602
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