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Matteo Pascucci
Slovak Academy of Sciences
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In this article we introduce a logical structure for normative reasoning, called Normative Detachment Structure with Ideal Conditions, that can be used to represent the content of certain legal texts in a normalized way. The structure exploits the deductive properties of a system of bimodal logic able to distinguish between ideal and actual normative statements, as well as a novel formalization of conditional normative statements able to capture interesting cases of contrary-to-duty reasoning and to avoid deontic paradoxes. Furthermore, we illustrate how the theoretical framework proposed can be mechanized to get an automated procedure of query-answering on an example of legal text.
Keywords Automated reasoning  Modal and Temporal Logics  Law
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