The gärdenfors impossibility theorem in non-monotonic contexts

Studia Logica 49 (1):1 - 6 (1990)
Gärdenfors' impossibility theorem draws attention to certain formal difficulties in defining a conditional connective from a notion of theory revision, via the Ramsey test. We show that these difficulties are not avoided by taking the background inference operation to be non-monotonic.
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