Book Volume 2 2014
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Nuel Belnap on Indeterminism and Free Action


ISBN: 978-3-319-01753-2 (Print) 978-3-319-01754-9 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-28

    Introduction: The Many Branches of Belnap’s Logic

  3. Chapter

    Pages 29-56

    Decisions in Branching Time

  4. Chapter

    Pages 57-74

    Internalizing Case-Relative Truth in CIFOL \(+\)

  5. Chapter

    Pages 75-98

    A stit Logic Analysis of Morally Lucky and Legally Lucky Action Outcomes

  6. Chapter

    Pages 99-121

    Worlds Enough, and Time: Musings on Foundations

  7. Chapter

    Pages 123-145

    Open Futures in the Foundations of Propositional Logic

  8. Chapter

    Pages 147-158

    On Saying What Will Be

  9. Chapter

    Pages 159-174

    The Intelligibility Question for Free Will: Agency, Choice and Branching Time

  10. Chapter

    Pages 175-190

    What William of Ockham and Luis de Molina Would have said to Nuel Belnap: A Discussion of Some Arguments Against “The Thin Red Line”

  11. Chapter

    Pages 191-221

    Branching for General Relativists

  12. Chapter

    Pages 223-256

    Some Examples Formulated in a ‘Seeing to It That’ Logic: Illustrations, Observations, Problems

  13. Chapter

    Pages 257-276

    In Retrospect: Can BST Models be Reinterpreted for What Decisions, Speciation Events and Ontogeny Might Have in Common?

  14. Chapter

    Pages 277-290

    A Theory of Possible Ancestry in the Style of Nuel Belnap’s Branching Space-Time

  15. Chapter

    Pages 291-314

    Connecting Logics of Choice and Change

  16. Chapter

    Pages 315-341

    Intentionality and Minimal Rationality in the Logic of Action

  17. Chapter

    Pages 343-376

    Group Strategies and Independence

  18. Chapter

    Pages 377-409

    Biographical Interview