• Witold Marciszewski, born 1930 in Warsaw, Poland.
    Professor of Humanities in the scope of Logic.
    Ph.D. 1959 at KUL – Catholic University of Lublin.

Habilitation 1971, Warsaw University (UW), dissertation  (in Polish) on the Foundations of the Logical Theory of Belief.

Lectured at KUL, UW, University of Białystok, Collegium Civitas, Staszic
College of Public Administration (WSAP) in Białystok.

  • Invited Professor: Pädagogische Hochschule in Halle (1973, 1974)  – logic, methodology of science.
  • Invited Profesor: Salzburg University, Institute of Philosophy (1987)  – Leibniz’s logic, methodology of empirical sciences.
  • Established (1975) and run (up to 2005) Chair of Logic, Informatics and Philosophy of Science at the University of Białystok.
  • Established (1980) and edited the journal Studies in Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric.
  • Designed and directed (1986-1990) the Polish research project Logic Systems
    and Algorithms for testing proofs.
  • Establihed (1991) and presided (up to 2009) “Foundation for Informatics, Logic and Mathematics”.

Web domains owned and administered:
(1) www.calculemus.org,
(2) marciszewski.eu – with subdomains: blog.marciszewski.eu, pub.marciszewski.eu
e-mail: witold@marciszewski.eu, witmar@calculemus.org.

Main publications (books) in English

  1. Dictionary of Logic as Applied in the Study of Language. Concepts,  Methods, Theories, Nijhoff, The Hague 1981 – Editor and Main Contributor.
  2. Categorial Grammar,  Benjamins, Amsterdam 1988. Co-Editor with J. van
    Benthem and W. Buszkowski, Contributor of two chapters.
  3. Logic from a Rhetorical Point of View, de Gruyter, Berlin 1994.
    Available with Google Books.
  4. Mechanization of Reasoning in a Historical Perspective (Co-Author Roman Murawski), Rodopi, Amsterdam 1995.
    Available with Google Books.
  5. The recent book, in Polish, Co-Author Paweł Stacewicz, is entitled (when
    translated): Mind – Computer – World. The Riddle of Mind from a Computer
    Science Perspective, Warsaw 2011.

The mentioned titles of books, lectures, research projects etc. fairly display academic profile and interests. Other interests: history and philosophy of civilization, information society, liberalism in economy and politics.

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