Reflections on the logic of rules
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|Abstract||This account of the logic of rules is stratified. The various layers consist of the logic of states, i.e. essentially classical logic (of the usual sort), the logic of agents and action types (or as I call them routines), and the logic of rules proper, as the top layer. It is assumed in this essay that the reader has an adequate grasp of classical logic.|
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