Russian origins of non-classical logics
This paper reviews the conditions under which non-classical logic was historically promoted in Russia. It identifies those Russian scholars who, beginning in the second part of the nineteenth and in the turn of twentieth century, contributed most to the formation and development of non-classical logic along with the socio-cultural milieu crucial to the birth of non-classical (non-Aristotelian) ideas.
Bazhanov, V. A. (2016)., Russian origins of non-classical logics, in F. F. Abeles & M. E. Fuller (eds.), Modern logic 1850-1950, East and West, Basel, Birkhäuser, pp. 197-203.
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