Reasoning with Reasons
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Part of Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics
- Sergei Artemov, Graduate Center, City University of New York
- Melvin Fitting, Graduate Center, City University of New York
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Classical logic is concerned, loosely, with the behaviour of truths. Epistemic logic similarly is about the behaviour of known or believed truths. Justification logic is a theory of reasoning that enables the tracking of evidence for statements and therefore provides a logical framework for the reliability of assertions. This book, the first in the area, is a systematic account of the subject, progressing from modal logic through to the establishment of an arithmetic interpretation of intuitionistic logic. The presentation is mathematically rigorous but in a style that will appeal to readers from a wide variety of areas to which the theory applies. These include mathematical logic, artificial intelligence, computer science, philosophical logic and epistemology, linguistics, and game theory.Read more
- Mathematical treatments are presented in a reader-friendly way
- Presents a new logic paradigm ideal for the age of unreliable information claims
- Will be useful for students and researchers across a broad range of disciplines
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- Date Published: April 2019
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108661102
- contains: 1 b/w illus.
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Table of Contents
1. Why justification logic?
2. The basics of justification logic
3. The ontology of justifcations
4. Fitting models
5. Sequents and tableaus
6. Realization – how it began
7. Realization – generalized
8. The range of realization
9. Arithmetical completeness and BHK semantics
10. Quantifiers in justification logic
11. Going past modal logic.
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