Abduction at the interface of Logic and Philosophy of Science

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Published 18-12-2009
Johan Van Benthem

Abstract

Despite their growing separation over the years, logic and philosophy of science should still be allies pursuing an agenda of rational agency ranging from specific mechanisms like abduction to the broader study of reasoning, belief revision, learning, and intelligent interaction.

How to Cite

Van Benthem, J. (2009). Abduction at the interface of Logic and Philosophy of Science. THEORIA, 22(3), 271–273. https://doi.org/10.1387/theoria.447
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Keywords

logic, philosophy of science, artificial intelligence, cognitive science, abduction, dynamics, interaction

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