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This study deals with the studies of Ladislav Hejdánek (1927–2020), one of the most prominent contemporary Czech philosophers, in particular the years he spent at the Prague university both as a student of mathematics (at the Faculty of Science) and later as a student of philosophy (at the Faculty of Arts). The author follows the development of his interests from natural sciences through symbolic logic all the way to his decision to focus on philosophy, which he took after meeting Jan Patočka.doi:10.14712/23365730.2022.18 fatcat:4h5u7ghwrffmzni2bqurstzogy