Logical omniscience, semantics, and models of belief

@article{Hadley1988LogicalOS,
  title={Logical omniscience, semantics, and models of belief},
  author={Robert F. Hadley},
  journal={Computational Intelligence},
  year={1988},
  volume={4},
  pages={17-30}
}
Logical omniscience may be described (roughly) as the state of affairs in which an agent explicitly believes anything which is logically entailed by that agent’s beliefs. It is widely agreed that humans are not logically omniscient, and that an adequate formal model of belief, coupled with a correct semantic theory, would not entail logical omniscience. Recently, two prominent models of belief have emerged which purport both to avoid logical omniscience and to provide an intuitively appealing… CONTINUE READING

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