1. Introduction, Anna Drabarek.- Part I. History, Culture and Axiology.-
2. The Lvov-Warsaw School: Historical and Sociological Comments, Jan Wolenski.-
3. The Victims and the Survivors: the Lvov-Warsaw School and Holocaust, Elzbieta Pakszys.-
4. The Lvov-Warsaw School on the University and its Tasks, Wlodzimierz Tyburski.-
5. The Axiology Project in the Lvov-Warsaw School, Anna Drabarek.-
6. Interpersonal and Intertextual Relations in the Lvov-Warsaw School, Anna Brozek.- Part II. Psychology.-
7. The Relationship Between Judgements and Perceptions from the Point of View of Twardowski's School, Stepan Ivanyk.-
8. On the Lvov School and Methods of Psychological Cognition, Teresa Rzepa.-
9. The Interdisciplinary Nature of Wladyslaw Witwicki's Psychological Investigations, Amadeusz Citlak.- Part III. Logic and Methodology.-
10. Pragmatic Rationalism and Pragmatic Nominalism, in the Lvov-Warsaw School, Witold Marciszewski.-
11. Some Problems Concerning Axiom Systems for Finitely Many-Valued Propositional Logics, Mateusz M. Radzki.-
12. The Methodological Status of Paraphrase in Selected Arguments of Tadeusz Kotarbinski and Kazimierz Ajdukiewicz, Marcin Bedkowski.-
13. The Metaphilosophical views of Zygmunt Zawirski's Against the Background of Contemporary Discussions on Interdisciplinarity in Science, Jaroslaw Maciej Janowski.- 14.The Informational Worldview and Conceptual Apparatus, Pawel Stacewicz.
Anna Drabarek is Professor of Philosophy at The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Poland. Jan Wolenski, is Professor of Philosophy at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Institute of Philosophy, Poland, as well as Professor of Philosophy at the University of Information, Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Poland. Mateusz M. Radzki is Assistant Professor at The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology in Warsaw, Poland.