Admissibility in a Logical Framework

@inproceedings{Helzner2010AdmissibilityIA,
  title={Admissibility in a Logical Framework},
  author={Jeffrey Helzner},
  year={2010}
}
Theories of rational choice are often based on the assumption that the agent’s choices are reducible to a preference ordering on the set of alternatives. This assumption is reflected in work from a variety of disciplines including economics [19], psychology [15], and statistics [32], as well as in philosophy where the “logic of preference” is an established topic of study [12]. However, a persistent minority of theorists have abandoned this fundamental assumption for a variety of reasons. The… CONTINUE READING

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