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First collection of essays on a lively new trend in philosophy
Unique combination of probabilistic and logical approaches to the theory of knowledge, belief and rationality
Addresses both formal and mainstream contemporary epistemology
State-of-the-art contributions by both leading and emerging researchers
A user-friendly introduction to the area accessible to researchers, undergraduates and graduate students
This volume is a collation of original contributions from the key actors of a new trend in the contemporary theory of knowledge and belief, that we call “dynamic epistemology”. It brings the works of these researchers under a single umbrella by highlighting the coherence of their current themes, and by establishing connections between topics that, up until now, have been investigated independently. It also illustrates how the new analytical toolbox unveils questions about the theory of knowledge, belief, preference, action, and rationality, in a number of central axes in dynamic epistemology: temporal, social, probabilistic and even deontic dynamics.
1. Introduction; Patrick Girard, Mathieu Marion and Olivier Roy.- 2. Logics of rational interaction; Barteld Kooi and Eric Pacuit.- 3. Dynamic Epistemic Logic and Temporal Modality; Audrey Yap.- 4. Exploring the power of converse events; Guillaume Aucher and Andreas Herzig.- 5. Modal Logic for Qualitative Dynamics; Darko Sarenac.- 6. Knowing one’s limits: An analysis in Centered Dynamic Epistemic Logic; Denis Bonnay and Paul Égré.- 7. Simple Evidence Elimination in Justification Logic; Bryan Renne.- 8. Belief Update as Social Choice; Johan van Benthem.- 9. Revision with Conditional Probability Functions: Two impossibility
Results; François Lepage and Charles Morgan.- 10. Indeterminacy and Belief Change; Horacio Arlo-Costa.- 11. Perspectival Act Utilitarianism; John F. Horty.- 12. Real change, deontic action; Krister Segerberg.- 13. Neither logically omniscient nor completely irrational agents: Principles for a fine-grained analysis of propositional attitudes and attitude revision; Daniel Vanderveken.- Index.