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Quantifiers in deontic logic.

Jaakko Hintikka

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Published
**1957**
in Helsingfors
.

Written in English

- Logic, Symbolic and mathematical.

**Edition Notes**

Imprint on cover: København, Munksgaard, 1958.

Other titles | Deontic logic. |

Series | Societas Scientiarum Fennica. Commentationes humanarum litterarum, XXIII,, 4 |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | P9 .F5 t. 23, no. 4 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 23 p. |

Number of Pages | 23 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL215565M |

LC Control Number | a 59001018 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 3373507 |

1 Background. There is an old idea in deontic logic: an action is prohibited if doing it would bring about a morally wrong state; it is permitted if performing it is possible without having this effect; it is obligated if refraining to do it would bring about a morally wrong state. This idea is intuitive in some sense; the point of it is that the three fundamental normative notions Author: Fengkui Ju, Jan van Eijck, Jan van Eijck. Navarro has published several books and has written papers on legal theory and deontic logic for journals such as Law and Philosophy, Ratio Juris, Rechtstheorie, and Theoria. He was a visiting professor in many European and Latin American by:

In this article we describe a first-order extension of the deontic logic introduced in [1]. The main useful and interesting characteristic of this extended logic is that it not only provides the standard quantifiers of first-order logic, but it also has similar algebraic operators for . This book is a collection of studies applying game-theoretical concepts and ideas to analysing the semantics of natural language and some formal languages. The bulk of the book consists of several papers by Hintikka, Carlson and Saarinen and discusses several of the central problems of the semantics of natural language. The topics covered are the semantics of natural language quantifiers.

A logical analysis of some value concepts1 - Volume 28 Issue 2 - Frederic B. FitchCited by: Deontic LEGAL RELATIONS are quantified OBLIGATION or PERMISSION statements in the Logic of LEGAL RELATIONS. Such LEGAL RELATIONS stem from Hohfeld’s right-dutyprivilege- no-right set of fundamental legal conceptions, The four Hohfeldian roots are enriched by more detailed specification in terms of quantifier, deontic, action and temporal by: 2.

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n, At least. n, and At most. n, for every natural File Size: 1MB. Topics in the Linguistics and Logic of Deontic Concepts Adam Wyner University of Aberdeen • Quantifiers: Everyone must leave. • Alternative lexical forms: It is obligatory that, must, through the work on deontic logic and consider the range of constructions.

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The book under review consists of two parts closely related to its title: I Introduction to Deontic Logic, II Logic and Legal Systems. Each part is divided into chapters.

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