01 October 2012 → 01 October 2014
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
- Theory and methodology of philosophy
- Other philosophy, ethics and religious studies not elsewhere classified
- General pedagogical and educational sciences
- Communication sciences
logic prioritized defeasible reasoning formal epistemology problem solving processes
In prioritized reasoning, we rely on degrees of importance, plausibility, specificity, recency, etc. to solve certain logical problems. A range of models has been proposed for these kinds of reasoning. In my project, (i) I want to further develop some of these models, and (ii) I want to study the way priorities arise in the first place.