EASLLC 2014 - Beyond Worlds and Accessibility

This is the webpage for my course, Beyond Worlds and Accessibility, for the 3rd East-Asian School on Logic, Language and Computation (EASLLC), July 2-8, 2014, held at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.

Slides

Day 1 Slides: download.

Day 2 Slides: download.

Day 3 Slides: download part 1; download part 2.

Day 4 Slides: download.

Day 5 Slides: download part 1; download part 2.

References

Part 1 - RA and Subjunctivist Semantics for Epistemic Logic - Main Philosophy References:

Fred Dretske, “Epistemic Operators,” The Journal of Philosophy, 1970.

Fred Dretske, “The Pragmatic Dimension of Knowledge,” Philosophical Studies, 1981.

Robert Nozick, Philosophical Explanations, Harvard University Press, 1981.

David Lewis, “Elusive Knowledge,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1996.

Ernest Sosa, “How to Defeat Opposition to Moore,” Nous, 1999.

Mark Heller, “Relevant Alternatives and Closure,” Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 1999.

Part 1 - RA and Subjunctivist Semantics for Epistemic Logic - Main Logic References:

Wesley H. Holliday, “Epistemic Closure and Epistemic Logic I: Relevant Alternatives and Subjunctivism,” Journal of Philosophical Logic, 2014.

Chapter 2 of Wesley H. Holliday, Knowing What Follows: Epistemic Closure and Epistemic Logic, Stanford University Doctoral Dissertation, Revised Version, ILLC Dissertation Series, DS-2012-09.

Wesley H. Holliday, “Epistemic Logic, Relevant Alternatives, and the Dynamics of Context,” New Directions in Logic, Language, and Computation, 2012.

Part 1 - Other Relevant References:

Wesley H. Holliday, “Epistemic Logic and Relevant Alternatives,” in Proceedings of the 15th Student Session of the European Summer School in Logic, Language, and Information, 2010. (Superseded by “Epistemic Logic, Relevant Alternatives, and the Dynamics of Context”.)

Zhaoqing Xu, “Capturing Lewis’s Elusive Knowledge,” Proceedings of LORI-III, 2011.

Chenwei Shi, “Logic of Evidence-based Knowledge,” Proceedings of LORI-IV, 2013.

Part 2 - Set-Selection Function Semantics for Epistemic Logic - Main References:

Chapter 3 of Wesley H. Holliday, Knowing What Follows: Epistemic Closure and Epistemic Logic, Stanford University Doctoral Dissertation, Revised Version, ILLC Dissertation Series, DS-2012-09.

Wesley H. Holliday, “Fallibilism and Multiple Paths to Knowledge,” Oxford Studies in Epistemology, 2015.

Part 2 - Other Relevant References:

Kenneth J. Arrow, “Rational Choice Functions and Orderings,” Economica, 1959.

Amartya K. Sen. “Choice Functions and Revealed Preference.” The Review of Economic Studies, 1971.

Part 3 - Possibility Semantics for Modal Logic - Main References:

Lloyd Humberstone, “From Worlds to Possibilities,” Journal of Philosophical Logic, 1981.

Wesley H. Holliday, “Partiality and Adjointness in Modal Logic,” Advances in Modal Logic, Vol. 10, 2014.

Part 3 - Other Relevant References:

Johan van Benthem, “Possible World Semantics for Classical Logic,” Technical Report ZW- 8018, Department of Mathematics, Rijksuniversiteit, Groningen, 1981.

Johan van Benthem, “Partiality and Nonmonotonicity in Classical Logic,” Logique & Analyse, 1986.

Johan van Benthem, A Manual of Intensional Logic, CSLI Publications, 1988.

Part 4 - Situation Semantics for the Logic of Perception - Main References:

Jon Barwise, “Scenes and Other Situations,” Journal of Philosophy, 1981.

Jon Barwise and John Perry, Situations and Attitudes, MIT Press, 1983 (CSLI Publications, 1999).

John Perry, “From Worlds to Situations,” Journal of Philosophical Logic, 1986.

Part 4 - Other Relevant References:

Hector J. Levesque, “A Logic of Implicit and Explicit Belief,” Proceedings of AAAI-84.

Gerhard Lakemeyer, “Tractable Meta-Reasoning in Propositional Logics of Belief,” Proceedings of IJCAI-87.

James P. Delgrande, “A Framework for Logics of Explicit Belief,” Computational Intelligence, 1995.

J. Michael Dunn, “Partiality and Its Dual,” Studia Logica, 2000.

Updated on 2014-07-10 16:58:28 -0700 by Wesley H. Holliday