Elzbieta JastrzębskaCorresponding author

Józef Bremer. Elementy logiki [The Elements of Logic]

8 - 2003, pages 291-292
Date of online publication: 22 September 2016
Date of publication: 30 November 2003


The Elements of Logic is conceived as an academic textbook that includes mainly material for a basic course in logic for students. Based on his own reflections as well as national and foreign literature on the subject (authors such as K. Ajdukiewicz, J. Lukasiewicz, T. Kotarbihski, G. Frege, L. Wittgenstein). Dr. Józef Bremer, S.J., presents in the following four chapters systematized knowledge of the problems embraced by the titles of each part of the book.
The main aim of the author is the presentation of the problem of deductive reasoning. Another aim of this book is not only to teach how to formalize, but also to show why we generally do formalize. The Elements of Logic is a successful attempt to answer this question. Chapter I contains material related to logic and its understanding. In this chapter the author presents some texts on the historical development of the question: „what is logic about?" He also presents short texts on three related sciences: syntax, semantics and pragmatics.

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Jastrzębska, Elżbieta. “Józef Bremer. Elementy logiki.” Forum Philosophicum 8 (2004): 291–2. doi:10.35765/forphil.2003.0801.20.