Basel: Birkhäuser, Verlag, 1986. First edition. Hardcover. Quartos. Vol.1, 1921-1934:  659pp. Vol.2, 1935-1944:  699pp. Vol.3, 1945-1957:  682pp. Vol.4, 1958-1979:  757pp. White printed dust jackets with brown lettering on the front covers and spines. Brown cloth boards with white lettering on the spines. The massive set collects the entirety of the published papers and abstracts (but not published books) of pioneering mathematician and logician Alfred Tarski (1901-1983). Tarski's work is considered to be foundational and massively influential in studies of modern logic, theory of truth in formalized language, decision methods, geometry, set theory, model theory, algebraic logic and universal algebra. These contributions made him among the most renowned and prolific figures in the areas of logic and mathematics of the 20th century. A comprehensive bibliography is located at the end of the forth volume.
The text throughout in a variety of languages, including French, German, English and Polish.
Dust jackets with some light age toning, as well as light rubbing and/or closed tears to extremities. Dj of vol. with some minor sporadic stains on the covers. A few of the bindings with some minor bumping to corners. Djs in good+ to very good-, bindings in very good+ to near fine, interiors in near fine condition overall. g+ to near fine. Item #47451