Was Łukasiewicz Wrong? : Three-valued Logic and Determinism

In "Łukasiewicz in Dublin" -- An International Conference on the Work of Jan Łukasiewicz (1996)
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Łukasiewicz has often been criticized for his motive for inventing his three-valued logic, namely the avoidance of determinism. First of all, I want to show that almost all of the critcism along this line was wrong. Second I will indicate that he made mistakes, however, in constructing his system, because he had other motives at the same time. Finally I will propose some modification of his system and its interpretation which can attain his original purpose in some sense.
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