A proof-theoretic approach to knowledge

@inproceedings{Yasugi1999APA,
  title={A proof-theoretic approach to knowledge},
  author={Mariko Yasugi},
  year={1999}
}
We speculate on logical aspects of the so-called three wise men puzzle with proof-theoretic methods. We propose and study the following. (1) Logical ability of each player of a puzzle is equivalent to a logical system KL, which is based on classical propositional calculus augmented with inferences of knowledge operators. (2) Enriched pieces of knowledge of players are obtained as results of meta-theorems of KL. (3) Solvability of a puzzle is guaranteed by automated theorem proving. All this is… CONTINUE READING

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