Vincent F. Hendricks

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The 5 Questions 1. Why were you initially drawn to epistemic logic? " Why " is hard but " when " is easy. It was in 1986, close to the end of my graduate studies in computer science at Yale. I was invited to the first TARK conference (it then stood for Theoretical Aspects of Reasoning about Knowledge; we later changed it to Theoretical Aspects of(More)
In the history of science, it has often occured that an entire community of scientists believes in a theory that is later proven to be wrong. For example, in 1915, Einstein and De Haas published a paper on the Einstein-De Haas effect. During the years after, experimental results showing that the effect was incorrect were ignored by the scientists in their(More)
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