The Handling of Loops in Talmudic Logic, with Application to Odd and Even Loops in Argumentation

The Talmud is a body of arguments and discussions about all aspects of the human agent’s social, legal and religious life. It was completed over 1500 years ago and its argumentation and debates contain many logical principles and examples very much relevant to today’s research in logic, artificial intelligence, law and argumentation. In a series of books on… CONTINUE READING