Theses

Master of Logic / ILLC


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.

For privacy reasons 60 MoL theses have been made unavailable during the accreditation process of the Master of Logic. This inconvenience will last until the end of January 2020.

MoL-2019-25:
Davide Emilio Quadrellaro Lattices of DNA-Logics and Algebraic Semantics of Inquisitive Logic
MoL-2019-24:
Rachael H. Colley Guaranteeing Feasible Outcomes in Judgment Aggregation
MoL-2019-23:
Chase Ford Investigations into the Expressiveness of First-order Logic and Weak Path Automata on Infinite Trees
MoL-2019-22:
Jack Harding Incorporating Preference Information into Formal Models of Transitive Proxy Voting
MoL-2016-28:
Nigel Sequeira Knowing How To Do Semantics
MoL-2016-27:
Leanne M. Streekstra On the stability of flexible permission structures
MoL-2016-26:
Kristina Gogoladze Evidence-Based Belief Revision for Non-Omniscient Agents
MoL-2016-25:
Andrés Occhipinti Liberman Dynamic Evidence Logics with Relational Evidence
MoL-2016-24:
Iliana Gioulatou Hyperintensionality
MoL-2016-23:
Guillaume Massas Possibility Spaces, Q-Completions and Rasiowa-Sikorski Lemmas for Non-Classical Logics

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