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The Square of Opposition. A General Framework for Cognition (2012)

Peter Lang
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The database contains 16 chapters from this book, with a total of 26 diagrams.

Moretti, Alessio. 2012. “From the ‘Logical Square’ to the ‘Logical Poly-Simplexes’. A Quick Survey of What Happened in Between.” (0 diagrams)
Sharma, Sumanta Sarathi. 2012. “Interpreting Squares of Oppositions with the Help of Diagrams.” (0 diagrams)
Westerståhl, Dag. 2012. “Classical vs. Modern Squares of Opposition, and Beyond.” (0 diagrams)
Seuren, Pieter A. M. 2012. “From Logical Intuitions to Natural Logic.” (0 diagrams)
Peckhaus, Volker. 2012. “Algebra of Logic, Quantification Theory, and the Square of Opposition.” (0 diagrams)
Schang, Fabien. 2012. “Questions and Answers about Oppositions.” (0 diagrams)
Schroeder-Heister, Peter. 2012. “Definitional Reasoning in Proof-Theoretic Semantics and the Square of Opposition.” (0 diagrams)
Pellissier, Régis. 2012. “2-Opposition and the Topological Hexagon.” (0 diagrams)
Strößner, Corina, and Niko Strobach. 2012. “Veridications and Their Square of Opposition.” (0 diagrams)
Horn, Laurence. 2012. “Histoire d’*O: Lexical Pragmatics and the Geometry of Opposition.” (18 diagrams)
Badir, Sémir. 2012. “How the Semiotic Square Came.” (0 diagrams)
Khomskii, Yurii. 2012. “William of Sherwood, Singular Propositions and the Hexagon of Opposition.” (0 diagrams)
Beller, Sieghard. 2012. “Human Deontic Reasoning in the Deontic Square.” (0 diagrams)
Seilles, Antoine, and Jean Sallantin. 2012. “N-Opposition Theory to Structure Debates.” (0 diagrams)
Beziau, Jean-Yves, and Gillman Payette. 2012. “Preface.” (0 diagrams)
Campos Benítez, Juan Manuel. 2012. “The Medieval Modal Octagon and the S5 Lewis Modal System.” (8 diagrams)
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