Institute of Philosophy

prof. Marek Nowak

University of Lodz
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M.A.: physics 1982, University of Lodz
Ph.D.: philosophy 1989, University of Lodz (supervisor: prof. Grzegorz Malinowski), Logics preserving degrees of truth
Habilschrift: logic and philosophy of language 2003, University of Lodz, A formal representation of a concept of proposition (for applications to speech act theory)
Present position: professor of University of Lodz, since 2005
Employment: Department of Logic, University of Lodz, since 1982
Additional employment:
         Academy of Economy and Humanities at Lodz, 1997-2010
         Higher School of Business at Piotrkow Trybunalski, 2005-2010
Fellowships: Department of Philosophy, University of Quebec at Trois-Rivieres (1990-1995)
Interest:
         mathematical logic
         fundamentals of mathematics
         philosophy of language
         universal algebra
Research:
         formal methodology of propositional calculi
         philosophical interpretations of many-valued logics
         nonmonotonic inferences – philosophical and formal aspects
         set theory in MIZAR system
         a formal theory of proposition
         speech act theory
         modal intuitionistic propositional logics
         paraconsistent logics
         Boolean semantics for natural language
         relevant logics
         non-Fregean logics
Classes:
         Logic (syllogistics, propositional and first order classical logic)
         Logic for lawyers
         Mathematical logic for philosophers
         Elements of logic, set theory and theory of Boolean algebras for students of computer science
         Algebraic methods in propositional logics
         Algebraic methods in first order logic
         Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory
         Fundamentals of mathematics
         Speech act theory
         Sentences, propositions and situations: an attempt of uniform approach
         Philosophy of mathematics