Thomas Lesniewski doesn’t score many points on the football field. Instead, this Monmouth College defensive end focuses on getting to quarterbacks and disrupting backfield play.
Mitch Russell couldn’t have asked for more when he recruited Marian Central star Lesniewski to the Fighting Scots. Already five games into college life, Lesniewski has amassed eight sacks!
Early Life and Education
Lesniewski was born in Russia and received his education at both Gymnasium of Siberia and various European universities, earning his Ph.D. at Lwow (now Lviv, Ukraine) University supervised by Kazimierz Twardowski – considered by many to be the father of Polish philosophy.
As part of his work, he created three interlinked logical systems. These were protothetic, ontology and mereology; protothetic being the most comprehensive theory on proposition relationships.
Lesniewski’s logical systems were widely acclaimed for their clarity and precision. He rejected any formalism which would reduce logic and mathematics to mere symbols, and believed any theory must ultimately be judged for its compatibility with reality.
Thomas Lesniewski currently works at Punxsutawney Area High School after being previously employed at one company and holds an MBA.
Mitch Russell could not be prouder with how well he recruited 6-foot-1, 241-pound Thomas Lesniwski to play defensive end for his NCAA Division III team. Just five games into college life, Algonquin native has amassed eight sacks – and could even surpass former Scot Greg Bennett’s 34 sack mark!
Lesniewski has led his defense to allow 8.3 points per game this season – second best nationally! As such, he was named to a semi-final list for the Cliff Harris Award that recognizes top small college defensive players nationwide and made second team All-American status by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).
Achievement and Honors
Mitch Russell can’t help but smile when he thinks back on recruiting Thomas Lesniewski out of Marian Central for NCAA Division III Monmouth College in Illinois. From their initial encounter, Russell knew Lesniewski would make an exceptional addition.
Lesniewski spent much of 1916 to 1927 engaged in intensive and innovative research, amassing results but refraining from publishing them. During this period he developed collective class theory as well as contributing to developing axiomatic systems for logic.
Lesniewski was an early proponent of phenomenological philosophy. His works have been examined extensively and were honored with multiple accolades throughout his lifetime.
Thomas Lesniewski currently works at Punxsutawney Area High School in Pennsylvania and joined two years ago. He serves as both Supervisor and Solicitor within the company.
He published several books and papers on philosophical logic and mathematics during his long career. Dedicated to expanding on his ideas and theories, he strived to make them accessible to ordinary people as much as possible.
Irene Lesniewski was born in Erie, PA to Anthony and Gertrude Bednarowicz on November 19th 1929 and passed away February 3rd 2022 at her residence. Irene is survived by two of her sons – Dr. Thomas Lesniewski (and wife Dr. Anne Barlowe) as well as Michael Lesniewski and his wife Lisa Barlowe) along with three of her grandchildren (Kristen Stocker, Avery Stocker and Grayson Stocker), two sisters plus many nieces & nephews and nieces/neps.
Thomas Lesniewski boasts an estimated net worth of $4 Million and works at Punxsutawney Area High School, an education company for which he has been employed for two years.
He has written numerous books and articles on philosophy and logic. Additionally, he has made appearances on many television and radio programs as a guest expert.
His most influential works include: