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In T. Traczyk (ed), Universal algebra and ~ appizcatlOllS, pp. 31-46. Banach Cellter Publicatiolls vol 9 Warsaw: PWN,1982.

Banach Cellter Publicatiolls vol 9 Warsaw: PWN,1982.

4. 1. Historical remarks 1. Modal logic. Philosophers have been interested in modal notions-necessity, possibility, contingency-since Aristotle, and some, for example Aristotle himself, have tried to study their logic. Modern modal logic may be said to have begun round 1912 when C. L Lewis, upon reading Russell and '''hitehead's Prillcipia mathematical, ~eeame interested in trying to find a connective more suited than matenal implication to express our informal concept of entailment. Thanks to Lewis and others a formalism for "a1ethic" modal logic was developped, With time, logicians noted that this formalism was capable of other interpretations.

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