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THESIS ABSTRACTS Second, I argue that there is a close connection between dynamic epistemic logic and logical geometry. The latter is the systematic investigation of extensions and variants of the well-known Aristotelian square of opposition. I show that dynamic epistemic logics give rise to some very interesting Aristotelian diagrams (squares of opposition, but also many other, more complex diagrams). As a further illustration of the philosophical significance of logical geometry, I alsodoi:10.1017/bsl.2018.48 fatcat:zmeqvud6efdovflctk5gxasznm