1. Aviad Heifetz & Enrico Minelli (2008). An Economic Theorists' Reading of Simone Weil. Economics and Philosophy 24 (2):191-204.
    In Economics individuals are defined by their preferences over the consequences of their own actions and the actions carried out by others. In contrast, Simone Weil depicts the individual as continuously re-constituted by the contact that he establishes with reality via his action. Such an action is aimed at achieving an effect in the physical world, but what makes it human is not success per se, but rather the fact that it stems from reasoning and planning. Affliction is caused by (...)
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  2. Aviad Heifetz (1999). Iterative and Fixed Point Common Belief. Journal of Philosophical Logic 28 (1):61-79.
    We define infinitary extensions to classical epistemic logic systems, and add also a common belief modality, axiomatized in a finitary, fixed-point manner. In the infinitary K system, common belief turns to be provably equivalent to the conjunction of all the finite levels of mutual belief. In contrast, in the infinitary monotonic system, common belief implies every transfinite level of mutual belief but is never implied by it. We conclude that the fixed-point notion of common belief is more powerful than the (...)
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  3. Aviad Heifetz (1997). Infinitary S5‐Epistemic Logic. Mathematical Logic Quarterly 43 (3):333-342.
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