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Context, Conflict and Reasoning

Proceedings of the Fifth Asian Workshop on Philosophical Logic

Beishui Liao (Redaktør) ; Yi N. Wang (Redaktør)

This volume brings together a group of philosophically oriented logicians and logic-minded philosophers, mainly from Asia, to address a variety of logical and philosophical topics, such as modal logic and related directions (e. Les mer
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This volume brings together a group of philosophically oriented logicians and logic-minded philosophers, mainly from Asia, to address a variety of logical and philosophical topics, such as modal logic and related directions (e.g. temporal logic, epistemic logic, deontic logic, logic of conditionals, and modal proof theory), theory of truth, paradoxes, intentionality, and social networks. New approaches are also proposed, such as extended modal logic with planarity of graphs, extended branching time temporal logic with conditional operators, and a relational treatment of language and logical systems, to name but a few.Given the variety of topics and issues discussed here, the book will appeal to readers from a broad range of disciplines, from mathematical/philosophical logic, computing science, cognitive science and artificial intelligence, to linguistics, game theory and beyond.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface.- Paracomplete truth theory with a definable hierarchy of determinateness operators.-Paradoxes behind the Solovay sentences.- Multiple Roles and Deontic Logic.- EEG Evidence for Game-Theoretic Model to Ambiguous Pronoun Resolution.- On the Factivity Problem of Epistemic Contextualism.- Dynamic Epistemic Logic of Faith Diffusion in Cultural Circles.- Monotonic Opaqueness in Deontic Contexts.- Towards a Relational Treating of Language and Logical Systems.- Modal Logic and Planarity of Graphs.- Proof-theoretic Results of Common Sense Modal Predicate Calculi.- Strengthened Conditionals.- Intentionality as Disposition.

Om forfatteren

Beishui Liao, Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University, China. His main research interests are computational models of argumentation and their application in multi-agent systems and AI ethics. He has published 3 monographs, and a number of papers in some top journals/conferences such as AIJ, IJCAI, KR, etc..
Yi N. Wang, Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University, China. He is one of the most active young logicians in China. Most of his work is related to modal logic, logics for agents and multi-agent systems, as well as logic and social networks. His papers have been published in some top journals/conferences such as AIJ, IJCAI, TARK, etc..