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Adaptive Cn logics

Diderik Batens UGent (2009) The many sides of logic. In Studies in Logic 21. p.27-45
abstract
Newton da Costa's \C{n} logics suggest a certain stratagem, which is related to the motivation behind inconsistency-adaptive logics. An adaptive approach turns out to allow for a more controlled solution than the stratagem. Two kinds of logics will be presented. Those of the first kind offer a maximally consistent interpretation of the premise set in as far as this is possible in view of logical considerations. At the same time, they indicate at which points further choices may be made on extra-logical grounds. The logics of the second kind allow one to introduce those choices in a defeasible way and handle them.
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book title
The many sides of logic
editor
Walter Carnielli, et.al., Marcello E Coniglio and Itala M Loffredo D'Ottaviano
series title
Studies in Logic
volume
21
pages
27 - 45
publisher
College Publications
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London, UK
ISBN
9781904987789
language
English
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yes
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B2
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c:vabb:300109
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VABB-4
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979589
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-979589
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2010-06-16 18:37:32
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  author       = {Batens, Diderik},
  booktitle    = {The many sides of logic},
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  isbn         = {9781904987789},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {27--45},
  publisher    = {College Publications},
  series       = {Studies in Logic},
  title        = {Adaptive Cn logics},
  volume       = {21},
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Chicago
Batens, Diderik. 2009. “Adaptive Cn Logics.” In The Many Sides of Logic, ed. Walter Carnielli, et.al., Marcello E Coniglio, and Itala M Loffredo D’Ottaviano, 21:27–45. London, UK: College Publications.
APA
Batens, D. (2009). Adaptive Cn logics. In W. Carnielli, et.al., M. E. Coniglio, & I. M. Loffredo D’Ottaviano (Eds.), The many sides of logic (Vol. 21, pp. 27–45). London, UK: College Publications.
Vancouver
1.
Batens D. Adaptive Cn logics. In: Carnielli, et.al. W, Coniglio ME, Loffredo D’Ottaviano IM, editors. The many sides of logic. London, UK: College Publications; 2009. p. 27–45.
MLA
Batens, Diderik. “Adaptive Cn Logics.” The Many Sides of Logic. Ed. Walter Carnielli, et.al., Marcello E Coniglio, & Itala M Loffredo D’Ottaviano. Vol. 21. London, UK: College Publications, 2009. 27–45. Print.