History of philosophy in Poland  

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The history of philosophy in Poland parallels the evolution of philosophy in Europe generally. Polish philosophy drew upon the broader currents of European philosophy, and in turn contributed to their growth. Among the most momentous Polish contributions were made in the thirteenth century by the Scholastic philosopher and scientist Witelo; and in the sixteenth century, by the Renaissance polymath Nicolaus Copernicus.

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