How to Learn Concepts, Consequences, and Conditionals

Analytica 1 (1):20-36 (2015)
Abstract
In this brief note I show how to model conceptual change, logical learning, and revision of one's beliefs in response to conditional information such as indicative conditionals that do not express propositions.
Keywords ranking functions  probability  conceptual change
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