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Sombor, Austrian Empire
Nikola Šimić also spelled Nikola Shimich (Serbian: Никола Шимић; Sombor, Habsburg Monarchy, 1766 - Sombor, Austrian Empire, 5 January 1848) is credited for being the author of the first modern book on logic in the Serbian language,published in Budapest in two volumes, Volume I in 1808 and Volume II in 1809. His second work, Nacin pristojno salitisja (Die Art ariig zu scherzen) (The Art of Decent Joking), was published in 1814, also in Budapest.
Nikola Šimić was a polyglot who studied the works of Christian Wolff and Friedrich Christian Baumeister.
Avram Mrazović, a friend of Nikola Šimić, wrote the second book on logic in Serbian in a similar manner, entitled "Logic, or Reasoning," completed in 1826, the year Mrazović died. The book was not published.
- "PRVU SRPSKU LOGIKU NAPISAO JE SOMBORAC – Ravnoplov".
- Simic, Nikola (July 6, 1808). "Logika Serbskago jazyka na glagolaniju". Universitätsdr. – via Google Books.
- Simic, Nikola (1808). Logika Serbskago jazyka na glagolaniju (in русский). Universitätsdr.
- Simic, Nikola (1814). Nacin pristojno salitisja (Die Art ariig zu scherzen) (in русский). Universitätsdr.
- "Referati i saopštenja - Naučni sastanak slavista u Vukove dane". Međunarodni slavistički centar. July 6, 1989 – via Google Books.
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