Władysław Tatarkiewicz  

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Władysław Tatarkiewicz (3 April 1886, Warsaw – 4 April 1980, Warsaw) was a Polish philosopher, historian of philosophy, historian of art, esthetician, and ethicist.

In his final years, Tatarkiewicz devoted considerable attention to securing translations of his major works. Of the works listed below, his History of Philosophy and Memoirs remain to be translated into English.

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