# other talks

- Demey, Lorenz (November 10, 2022).

'From Aristotelian Diagrams to Logical Geometry'. Inaugural lecture as research professor of logic,*Institute of Philosophy*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (March 8, 2021).

'Aristotelische diagrammen: eeuwenoud, springlevend [Aristotelian diagrams: centuries old, alive and kicking. The state of affairs in logical geometry]'. Talk at*Lessen voor de eenentwintigste eeuw 2021*(studium generale program), Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (October 11, 2019).

'Logical Geometry and Probability'. Talk at the*Research Seminar of the Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (CLPS)*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (June 4, 2018).

'Response to Nicolas Zaks, Plato on the Semantics of Negation in the Sophist (257b-c)'. Response at the*4th CLPS/DWMC Symposium on Analytic and Medieval Philosophy*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (July 13, 2017).

'The Logical Geometry of Russell's Theory of Definite Descriptions'. Talk at the*Research Colloquium on Logic and Epistemology of the Institut für Philosophie II*, Bochum (Germany).

=> slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (May 31, 2017).

'Duality and Lexicalization in Medieval Squares of Opposition'. Talk at the*3rd CLAW/DWMC Symposium on Analytic and Medieval Philosophy*, Leuven (Belgium).

=> slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (November 15, 2016).

'The Logical Geometry of Russell’s Theory of Definite Descriptions'. Talk at the*Research Seminar of the Center for Logic and Analytical Philosophy (CLAW)*, Leuven (Belgium).

=> slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (May 22, 2015).

'Buridan's and Avicenna's Aristotelian Diagrams for Combined Operators'. Talk at the*CLAW/DWMC Symposium on Analytic and Medieval Philosophy*, Leuven (Belgium).

=> abstract / slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (September 27, 2014).

'A Unified Account of Aristotelian and Hasse Diagrams'. Talk at the*Fourth Young Researchers Days in Logic, Philosophy and History of Science (YRD 4)*, Brussels (Belgium).

- Smessaert, Hans (June 5, 2014).

'An Introduction to Logical Geometry'. Talk at the*Research Group on Formal and Computational Linguistics*, Leuven (Belgium).

=> slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (March 28, 2014).

'A Unified Account of Aristotelian and Hasse Diagrams'. Talk at the*Fourth Philosophy Graduate Conference*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (March 26, 2014).

'Logical Geometry: Platonic Representations of Aristotelian Logic'. Talk at the*Common Seminar of the Institute of Philosophy (HIW)*, Leuven (Belgium). - Demey, Lorenz (November 23, 2012).

'The Role of Information in Logical Geometry'. Talk at the*Research Seminar of the Center for Logic and Analytical Philosophy (CLAW)*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Demey, Lorenz (June 11, 2012).

'The Role of Information in Logical Geometry'. Talk at the*Logical Geometry/NOT-workshop*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Smessaert, Hans (June 11, 2012).

'Duality and Reversibility: Squares versus Crosses'. Talk at the*Logical Geometry/NOT-workshop*, Leuven (Belgium).

=> slides available in PDF format. - Demey, Lorenz (April 12, 2012).

'A Brief Overview of Logical Geometry'. Talk at*PhDs in Logic IV*, Ghent (Belgium). - Demey, Lorenz (November 11, 2011).

'Logical Geometry: What, How, and Why?'. Talk at the*Logical Geometry/NOT-workshop*, Leuven (Belgium). - Demey, Lorenz (November 10, 2011).

'An Algebraic Perspective on Duality in Logic and Language.' Poster presentation at the first annual*Day on Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Smessaert, Hans (June 22, 2010).

'Duality and Reversibility Relations beyond the Square'. Talk at the*Third NOT-workshop (N-Opposition Theory)*, Nice (France). - Smessaert, Hans (January 23, 2010).

'On the Fourth Aristotelian Relation of Opposition: Subalternation versus Non-contradiction'. Talk at the*Second NOT-workshop (N-Opposition Theory)*, Leuven (Belgium).

- Smessaert, Hans (March 14, 2009).

'The Classical Aristotelian Hexagon versus the Modern Duality Hexagon'. Talk at the*First NOT-workshop on the Geometry of Oppositions*, Neuchâtel (Switzerland).