Aleksandar Kron died on June 25, 2000, at the age of 62. He was the first to teach mathematical logic continuously in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade, where he was the Profesor of Logic since 1967. He studied in Belgrade and for a year in Amsterdam, under the supervision of E. W. Beth and A. Heyting. Thirty years ago he visited the University of Pittsburgh, where he met A. R. Anderson and N. D. Belnap, Jr., and acquired a lifelong interest in relevant logic. He also worked in quantum logic and the logics of causality and decision-making, and published textbooks on elementary set theory and logic. He was a Chairman of the Seminar for Mathematical Logic at the Mathematical Institute in Belgrade and President of the Society for Pure and Applied Logic in Belgrade. ASL Newslwtter, September 2000 |