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Logos and Máthēma

Studies in the Philosophy of Mathematics and History of Logic

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Roman Murawski

The volume contains twenty essays devoted to the philosophy of mathematics and the history of logic. They have been divided into four parts: general philosophical problems of mathematics, Hilbert’s program vs. the incompleteness phenomenon, philosophy of mathematics in Poland, mathematical logic in Poland. Among considered problems are: epistemology of mathematics, the meaning of the axiomatic method, existence of mathematical objects, distinction between proof and truth, undefinability of truth, Gödel’s theorems and computer science, philosophy of mathematics in Polish mathematical and logical schools, beginnings of mathematical logic in Poland, contribution of Polish logicians to recursion theory.

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Index of Names Ackermann W. 8, 39, 43, 87, 105, 115, 159, 160, 164, 166, 170, 295, 306 Addison J. W. 268, 274, 295 Agazzi E. 296, 313 Ajdukiewicz K. 221, 222, 261, 283, 285– 289, 291–295, 297, 299 Albrycht J. 293 Anderson A. R. 311 Anderson R. 295 Andrews P. 152, 157, 295 Andrews P. B. 152, 313 Apt K. R. 96, 295 Arai T. 89, 295 Archimedes 19 Aristotle 17–20, 25–27, 53, 54, 63, 68, 101, 296, 311 Artin E. 100 Arzela C. 99 Ascoli G. 99 Asquith P. D. 299 Avenarius R. 288 Awodey S. 75–77, 79, 296 Ax, J. 172, 296 Bach J. S. 306 Bain A. 262, 296 Baire R. L. 33, 268 Balas Y. 104–106, 181, 183 Balzac H. 211 Banach S. 60, 98, 250, 269, 277–280, 289, 296 Banachiewicz T. 233 Barwise J. 121, 296, 317, 321 Barzin M. 124, 296 Batóg T. 9, 261, 288–290, 296, 312 Bauer-Mengelberg S. 306 Bedu¨rftig Th. 296 Behmann H. 165, 170, 296 Bell J. L. 296 Beman W. W. 299 Benacerraf P. 128, 296, 303, 309, 311 Bendix P. B. 151, 308 Bennett J. H. 150, 304 Bernays P. 41, 43, 48, 63, 86, 88, 90, 94, 117, 119, 120, 161, 164, 179, 281, 292, 297, 306, 312, 323 Berry G. D. 42 Beth E. W. 139, 298 Bibel W. 295 Bishop E. 37 Black M. 187, 297 Bledsoe W. W. 148, 150, 151, 157, 295, 297,...

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