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# Leśniewski, Stanisław and Polish Mereology

Pages 287 - 293

Due to Stanisław Leśniewski and his influence, mereology became one of the main specialties of the Polish School of Logic. For Leśniewski mereology was the third and last part of the system of foundations of mathematics, a kind of

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