Table of Contents
The logic of defeasible argumentation
Semantics and proof theory
Overview
Semantics in classical logic
Semantics and semantic consequence relation
Proof theory in classical logic
Semantics and proof theory
Semantics and proof theory
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Semantics vs. proof theory
Rules
Strict rules
Strict rules
Rules with exceptions
Rules with exceptions
Semantic constraints and truthpreserving rules of inference
Rules with exceptions
Rules with exceptions
Rules with exceptions
Reiter’s logic for default reasoning
Reiter’s logic for default reasoning
Reiter’s logic for default reasoning
Reiter’s logic for default reasoning
Reiter’s logic for default reasoning
Reiter’s extensions as semantics
Dialogues
Semantics vs. proof theory
Semantics vs. proof theory
Semantics vs. proof theory
Semantics vs. proof theory
Semantics vs. proof theory
Semantics vs. proof theory
Evaluated dialectical arguments
Evaluated dialectical arguments
Summary
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Author: Bart Verheij
Email: b.verheij at ai dot rug dot nl
Home Page: http://www.ai.rug.nl/~verheij/
