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Alessio Moretti

Alessio Moretti authored the following 9 sources, containing a total of 120 diagrams.

Moretti, Alessio. 2015. “Arrow-Hexagons.” In The Road to Universal Logic. Volume II, edited by Arnold Koslow and Arthur Buchsbaum, 417–487. Cham: Springer. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2014. “Was Lewis Carroll an Amazing Oppositional Geometer?” History and Philosophy of Logic 35 (4): 383–409. (120 diagrams)
Moretti, Alessio. 2013. “McNamara’s ‘Deontic Dodecagon for DWE’ in the Light of Oppositional Geometry.” Intuitio 6 (2): 220–238. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2012. “From the ‘Logical Square’ to the ‘Logical Poly-Simplexes’. A Quick Survey of What Happened in Between.” In The Square of Opposition. A General Framework for Cognition, edited by Jean-Yves Beziau and Gillman Payette, 119–156. Bern: Peter Lang. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2012. “Why the Logical Hexagon?” Logica Universalis 6 (1–2): 69–107. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2010. “The Critics of Paraconsistency and of Many-Valuedness and the Geometry of Oppositions.” Logic and Logical Philosophy 19 (1–2): 63–94. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2009. The Geometry of Logical Opposition. PhD thesis. Neuchâtel: Université de Neuchâtel. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2009. “The Geometry of Standard Deontic Logic.” Logica Universalis 3 (1): 19–57. (0 diagrams)
 
Moretti, Alessio. 2007. “A Non-Standard Graphical Decision Procedure and Some Paraconsistent Theorems for the Vasil’evian Logic IL2.” In Handbook of Paraconsistency, edited by Jean-Yves Beziau, Walter Carnielli, and Dov M. Gabbay, 383–426. London: College Publications. (0 diagrams)
 
Alessio Moretti edited the following 1 source, containing a total of 5 diagrams.
Moktefi, Amirouche, Alessio Moretti, and Fabien Schang, eds. 2016. Soyons Logiques. Let’s Be Logical. London: College Publications. (5 diagrams)
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