Stable reasoning

Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics 27 (3-4):238-254 (2017)
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We give an account of stable reasoning, a recent and novel approach to problem solving from a formal, logical point of view. We describe the underlying logic of stable reasoning and illustrate how it is used to model different domains and solve practical reasoning problems. We discuss some of the main differences with respect to reasoning in classical logic and we examine an ongoing research programme for the rational reconstruction of human knowledge that may be considered a successor to the logical empiricists’ programme of the mid-twentieth century.



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