Defeasible Modalities


Nonmonotonic logics are usually characterized by the presence of some notion of ‘conditional’ that fails monotonicity. Research on nonmonotonic logics is therefore largely concerned with the defeasibility of argument forms and the associated normality (or abnormality) of its constituents. In contrast, defeasible modes of inference aim to formalize the… (More)


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Citations per Year

Citation Velocity: 11

Averaging 11 citations per year over the last 3 years.

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