Toward a Dynamic Logic of Questions

  title={Toward a Dynamic Logic of Questions},
  author={Johan van Benthem and Stefan Minica},
  journal={J. Philosophical Logic},
Questions are different from statements, but they are just as important in driving reasoning, communication, and general processes of investigation. The first logical studies merging questions and propositions seem to have come from the Polish tradition: cf. [24]. A forceful modern defender of this dual perspective is Hintikka, who has long pointed out how any form of inquiry depends on an interplay of inference and answers to questions. Cf. [17] and [16] on the resulting ‘interrogative logic… CONTINUE READING