Introduction to A Logic of Assertions
Part of the Studies in Cognitive Systems book series (COGS, volume 5)
In respect of its application to statements describing beliefs about the real world the value of classical logic is limited in two respects.
KeywordsPayoff Function Logical Consequence Decision Theory Classical Logic Truth Function
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