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-2019-14:
Tomislav Karačić The Informational View of Technologies in the Scientific Practice
MoL-2019-13:
Zhuoye Zhao Varieties of Distributivity: From Mandarin Dou to Plurality, Free Choice and Scalarity
MoL-2019-12:
Tim Henke The van Benthem Characterisation Theorem for Descriptive Models
MoL-2019-11:
Marco Degano Meaning through Time: A Diachronic and Semantic Study of Italian Free Choice
MoL-2019-10:
Mina Young Pedersen Polarization and Echo Chambers: A Logical Analysis of Balance and Triadic Closure in Social Networks
MoL-2019-09:
David Santamaría Legarda Defending Classes
MoL-2019-08:
Sam Adam-Day Polyhedral Completeness in Intermediate and Modal Logics
MoL-2019-07:
Nicolò Zamperlin Intensional Kleene logics for vagueness
MoL-2019-06:
Anna Franchini Space and the Continuum from Kant to Poincaré
MoL-2019-05:
Yvette Oortwijn Dynamic Set Theory

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