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Knowledge, Proof and Dynamics

The Fourth Asian Workshop on Philosophical Logic

Fenrong Liu (Redaktør) ; Hiroakira Ono (Redaktør) ; Junhua Yu (Redaktør)

This volume gathers selected papers presented at the Fourth Asian Workshop on Philosophical Logic, held in Beijing in October 2018. The contributions cover a wide variety of topics in modal logic (epistemic logic, temporal logic and dynamic logic), proof theory, algebraic logic, game logics, and philosophical foundations of logic. Les mer
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This volume gathers selected papers presented at the Fourth Asian Workshop on Philosophical Logic, held in Beijing in October 2018. The contributions cover a wide variety of topics in modal logic (epistemic logic, temporal logic and dynamic logic), proof theory, algebraic logic, game logics, and philosophical foundations of logic. They also reflect the interdisciplinary nature of logic - a subject that has been studied in fields as diverse as philosophy, linguistics, mathematics, computer science and artificial intelligence. More specifically. The book also presents the latest developments in logic both in Asia and beyond.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Glivenko-Kuroda translation in logics for knowability paradox.- Formal semantics for the Sally-Anne tasks.- Sequential method in dynamic quantum logic.- Sequent calculi for ordered bisemigroups.- Jin Yuelin "Refuting Carroll's attack" on inference.- Local fact change logic.- The modal logics of the poison game.- A logical characterization of the continuous bar induction.- Decidability of a modal logic with predicate abstraction & functions.- Unary temporal logics, points and intervals.- The Zero-One law for sabotage games.

Om forfatteren

Fenrong Liu, Distinguished Changjiang professor, Department of Philosophy, Tsinghua University, China. She is known by her works in preference dynamics and social epistemic logics, with numerous high quality publications in these areas.
Hiroakira Ono, Emeritus professor, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan. He has been working in nonclassical logic, in particular, substructural logics and superintuitionistic logics, using both proof-theoretic and algebraic methods.
Junhua Yu has been working in (structural) proof theory and its applications in constructive semantics, neighborhood logics, and logics with fixed-points.