Leśniewski, Tarski and the axioms of mereology
Alongside a respect for philosophically informed formal work and an interest in all things Polish, Jan Woleński and I share a profound admiration for Leśniewski's oeuvre. As Jan once told me, you can work on Leśniewski for your whole life. Indeed so. Eighteen years after I first met him, on a morning in late March at a bus stop in Sucha Bezkidzka, Southern Poland, here's a story about the axioms of Leśniewski's mereology, and Tarski's complicated role in it.
Betti, A. (2014)., Leśniewski, Tarski and the axioms of mereology, in K. Mulligan & T. Placek (eds.), The history and philosophy of Polish logic, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 242-258.
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