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ISSN 2299-0518 3 Studia Humana Volume 6:2 (2017), pp. 3—6 DOI: 10.1515/sh-2017-0007 Preface. Philosophy and History of Talmudic Logic Andrew Schumann University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Rzeszow, Poland e-mail: andrew.schumann@gmail.com Abstract: This volume contains the papers presented at the Philosophy and History of Talmudic Logic Affiliated Workshop of Krakow Conference on History of Logic (KHL2016), held on October 27, 2016, in Krakow, Poland. Keywords: Talmudic logic, Judaism

can guess, where the true facts of logic come from and where logic is going to go. 43 Andrew Schumann: For a couple of years now, you have done huge work on formalizing Talmudic logic. You have launched the book series, Studies in Talmudic Logic where the eleven books are already published. What is the general intention of this series? Which books have been published, which are planned? What is it, the logic of the Talmud? What features does it have? Dov M. Gabbay: The books, which are already published, are written both in Hebrew and English. The

Introduction to Islamic Law , Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982. 85. Schumann, A. Talmudic Logic . UK: Lightning Source, Milton Keynes, 2012. 86. Sifra , trans. and commentary by M. Ginsberg, Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1999. 87. Sion, A. Judaic Logic: A Formal Analysis of Biblical, Talmudic and Rabbinic Logic , Geneva: Slatkine, 1995. 88. Street, T. Arabic Logic, In D.M. Gabbay and J. Woods (eds.), Handbook of History of Logic, vol.1: Greek, Indian and Arabic Logic , North-Holland: Elsevier, 2004, pp. 523-596. 89. Talmon, R. On An Eighth-Century Grammatical School in Medina

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, presents an entirely modern theory of unconventional computing, an ongoing project of the au- thor and some other scientists. The link to religion is seen in the motivation of the theory. Namely, it is inspired by a non-Aristotelian syllogistic taken from Talmudic logic, and by some deliberations due to Kabbalists handling strings of Hebrew letters. Inspired by religious motives, medieval Kabbalists devised the first finite automata of the sort studied in this paper. ∗ ∗ ∗ Most of the papers published in this volume were presented on the basis of their earlier versions