The Lvov-Warsaw School. Past and Present

Basel, Switzerland: Springer (2018)
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Our initial purpose is contributing to advance into the search for the origins of many-valued logics and, within them, as a special case that of “Fuzzy Logic”, also called by different manners, as Diffuse Logic, either Heuristic Logic, or `logique floue´ (in French), Lógica Borrosa o Difusa (in Spanish), etc. Such origins departing to Aristotle goes to our Lvov-Warsaw School, with the more essential role played by the philosopher and logician Jan Lukasiewicz.
Keywords Logic  Many-Valued Logics  Lvov-Warsaw School  Lukasiewicz  Tarski
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