
Roman Murawski,

Essays in the Philosophy and History of Logic and Mathematics

Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam/Atlanta, GA, 2010.

343 strony

Contents
Jan Woleñski, Foreword
Part I: Philosophy of Mathematics
1. Cantor's Philosophy of Set Theory
2. Leibniz's and Kant's Philosophical Ideas vs. Hilbert's Program
3. Truth vs. Provability. Philosophical and Historical Remarks
4. Philosophy of Mathematics in the 20th Century. Main Trends
5. On New Trends in the Philosophy of Mathematics
6. Remarks on the Structuralistic Epistemology of Mathematics
(with Izabela BondeckaKrzykowska)
7. From the History of the Concept of Number (with Thomas Bedürftig)
8. Church's Thesis and Its Epistemological Status
9. Phenomenology and Philosophy of Mathematics
Part II: History of Logic and Mathematics
10. HoeneWroñski  Genius or Madman?
11. Grassmann's Contribution to Mathematics
12. Giuseppe Peano and Symbolic Logic
13. E.L. Post and the Development of Logic
14. John von Neumann and Hilbert's School
15. Contribution of Polish Logicians to Decidability Theory
16. Contribution of Polish Logicians to Predicate Calculus
17. The English Algebra of Logic in the 19th Century
18. The Development of Symbolism in Logic and Its Philosophical
Background (with Thomas Bedürftig)
References
Acknowledgments
Name Index


