Preference logic, conditionals and solution concepts in games

@inproceedings{BenthemvanJFA2005PreferenceLC,
  title={Preference logic, conditionals and solution concepts in games},
  author={K BenthemvanJ.F.A. and G OtterloovanS. and Olivier Roy},
  year={2005}
}
Preference is a basic notion in human behaviour, underlying such varied phenomena as individual rationality in the philosophy of action and game theory, obligations in deontic logic (we should aim for the best of all possible worlds), or collective decisions in social choice theory. Also, in a more abstract sense, preference orderings are used in conditional logic or non-monotonic reasoning as a way of arranging worlds into more or less plausible ones. The field of preference logic (cf. Hansson… CONTINUE READING

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