A Logic of Deliberation

@inproceedings{Belzer1986ALO,
  title={A Logic of Deliberation},
  author={Marvin Belzer},
  booktitle={AAAI},
  year={1986}
}
Deliberation typically involves the formation of a plan or intention from a set of values and beliefs. I suggest that deliberation, or “practical reasoning,” is a form of normative reasoning and that the understanding and construction of reasoning systems that can deliberate and act intentionally presupposes a theory of normative reasoning. The language and semantics of a deontic logic is used to develop a theory of defeasible reasoning in normative systems and belief systems. This theory may… CONTINUE READING

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