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.

MoL-2020-01:
Federico Schiaffino Memory, Time and Language:
A Mental Time Travel Model in a Narrative Discourse
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:
Jacqueline Harding Incorporating Preference Information into Formal Models of Transitive Proxy Voting
MoL-2019-21:
Ho-Yin Lui Expressive Limitations and the Liar’s Revenge: A Strict-Tolerant Solution and A Pragmatic Solution For Dialetheism
MoL-2019-20:
Gaia Belardinelli Gatekeepers in Social Networks: Logics for Communicative Actions
MoL-2019-19:
Wouter Posdijk The influence of the simplicity/informativeness trade-off on the sematic typology of quantifiers
MoL-2019-18:
Matteo Ferrari Questioning Philosophy
MoL-2019-17:
Michael Vollmer On Logical Nihilism

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