TY - CHAP UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:6935979 ID - pug01:6935979 LA - eng TI - Modeling Hypothetical Reasoning by Formal Logics PY - 2017 SN - 978-3-319-30525-7 SN - 2522-8692 PB - Springer 2017 AU - Gauderis, Tjerk LW01 001996006685 AU - Magnani, Lorenzo editor AU - Bertolotti, Tommaso editor AU - Aliseda, Atocha editor AB - In this paper, it is discussed to which extent hypothetical reasoning can be modeled by formal logics. The paper starts by exploring this ideain general (Section 1 and 2), which leads to the conclusion that in order to model this kind of reasoning formally, a more ne-grained classica-tion of reasoning patterns is in order. After such a classication is provided in Section 3, a formal framework that has proven successful to capture some of these patterns is described (Sections 4 and 6) and some of the specic problems for this procedure are discussed (Section 5). The paper concludes by presenting two logics for hypothetical reasoning in an informal way (Sections 7 and 8) such that the non-technically skilled reader can get a flavour how formal methods can beused to describe hypothetical reasoning. ER -Download RIS file
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