In the field of the formal modeling of legal reasoning, the logic of law, for short, a great deal of research has been performed over the last decade.1 It is ever wider recognized that logic has more to offer than just the correct use of the classical logical connectives, such as ‘if . . . , then . . . ’ and ‘. . . or . . . ’. Especially, reasoning with… (More)
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