By Jaap Hage
Studies in felony Logic is a suite of 9 interrelated papers concerning the good judgment, epistemology and ontology of legislation. all the papers have been written after the book of the author’s Reasoning with principles and complement the problems addressed therein. many of the papers are new; others were revised considerably after the book in their unique models. The emphasis is on research, no longer on logical technicalities.
Studies in felony Logic comprises chapters in regards to the nature of norms, the position of coherence within the legislations, the character of defeasibility, the function of dialectics in legislations and synthetic intelligence, the statics and dynamics of the legislations, and the consistency of ideas. furthermore, it incorporates a new, simplified and but extra robust model of Reason-based good judgment and huge examples of ways it may be used for the research of criminal reasoning. The examples take care of criminal idea building, case-based reasoning, and judicial proof.
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