Recent Theses

On the ILLC site you may find a full list of ILLC research reports and dissertations. Additionally, the electronic archives may also be accessed by using the Search Form of the ILLC Eprints server.

MoL-2021-27:
Hrafn Valtýr Oddsson Paradefinite Zermelo-Fraenkel Set Theory: A Theory of Inconsistent and Incomplete Sets
MoL-2021-26:
Luca van der Kamp The Epistemic Logic of Full Communication and Social Networks: An Analysis of Mediation and Network Formation
MoL-2021-25:
Bas Kortenbach The Classicality of Epistemic Multilateral Logic
MoL-2021-24:
Jonathan Osinski Symbiosis and Compactness Properties
MoL-2021-23:
Sebastian N. Køhlert Measuring What Exactly? A Critique of Causal Modelling in Atheoretical Econometrics
MoL-2021-22:
Antonio Maria Cleani Translational Embeddings via Stable Canonical Rules
MoL-2021-21:
Terence Hui A Compositional Analysis of Dependence Statements
MoL-2021-20:
Quentin Gougeon The Expressive Power of Derivational Modal Logic
MoL-2021-19:
Dominik Wehr An Abstract Framework for the Analysis of Cyclic Derivations
MoL-2021-18:
Anna Dmitrieva Positive modal logic beyond distributivity: duality, preservation and completeness