Proceedings of DEON'96
The DEON'96 Proceedings have been published as
Mark A. Brown and Jose Carmo (eds.): Deontic Logic,
Agency and Normative Systems. Springer Workshops in
Computing, London, 1996.
Table of contents
For more information on DEON'96 consult the
- L.E. Allen, From the fundamental legal conceptions of
Hohfeld to legal relations: refining the enrichment of solely
deontic legal relations. (1-26)
- A. Artosi, G. Governatori & G. Sartor, Towards a
computational treatment of deontic defeasibility. (27-46)
- M.A. Brown, Doing as we ought: towards a logic of
simply dischargeable obligations. (47-65)
- F. Cuppens & R. Demolombe, A deontic logic for reasoning
about confidentiality. (66-79)
- F. Dignum, J.-J.Ch. Meyer, R.J. Wieringa & Ruurd Kuiper, A
modal approach to intentions, commitments and obligations:
intention plus commitment yields obligation. (80-97)
- J.F. Horty, Combining agency and obligation (Preliminary
- A.A. Johanson, The logic of normative systems.
- C. Krogh & H. Herrestad, Getting personal: some notes on
the relationship between personal and impersonal obligation.
- P. McNamara, Must I do what I ought ? (Or will the least I
can do do?). (154-173)
- L.L.M. Royakkers & F. Dignum, Defeasible reasoning with
legal rules in a deontic logic based on preferences.
- F. Santos & J. Carmo, Indirect action, influence and
- Y-H. Tan & L.W.N. van der Torre, How to combine ordering
and minimizing in a deontic logic based on preferences.
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