of Logic at Eötvös University began its existence
in the 1970s as a group of philosophy faculty
members working in the field of symbolic logic
and methodology of science. The founder and
central figure of the group was one of the leading
Hungarian logicians, Professor Imre
Ruzsa. As a separate unit, the Department was
established in 1982. It belongs to the Institute
of Philosophy of the Faculty of Humanities.
The Department of Logic offers courses for both
undergraduate and graduate teaching programs of
the Institute of Philosophy, with a particular
focus on the Logic and Philosophy of Science MA
and PhD programs.
The Department aims to bring together faculty and
students interested in a wide range of topics
- Philosophy of Mathematics
- History of Logic and Mathematics
- Philosophy of Physics
- General Philosophy of Science
- Analytical Metaphysics
- Philosophy of Language
- Formal Semantics
of Logic enjoys strong cooperative relations with
the other philosophy departments of the university
and with several science departments, including
mathematics, physics, and theoretical linguistics.
It also has strong connections with the
Set Theory, Logic and Topology Group of
Rényi Institute of Mathematics.
organizes and hosts the weekly Logic and Philosophy
of Science Seminar (LPS).
Department of Logic
Institute of Philosophy
Faculty of Humanities
Múzeum krt. 4/i Budapest, H-1088
Phone: +36 1