A new collective monograph on the founder of the Lviv-Warsaw School Kazimierz Twardowski, edited by Jacek Jadacki, a professor at the University of Warsaw, deepens our knowledge of this outstanding figure in Polish culture and science. This collective monograph reveals Kazimierz Twardowski as a multifaceted personality: a patriot, a philosopher, a teacher, and a scholar. The review examines all sections of the collective monograph, which are united by a common goal – to show the uniqueness of the figure of Kazimierz Twardowski. He managed to create a philosophical school with its methodology and approaches to solving philosophical problems, which gradually changed its meaning from local to global, pan-European and even global within the framework of analytical philosophy.
Jadacki, J. (Ed.). . Rozum i wola. Kazimierz Twardowski i jego wpływ na kształt kultury polskiej XX wieku. Lublin: Wydawnictwo Academicon.