S5 Solution to the Red Hat Puzzle

Disputatio 2 (22):1 - 7 (2007)
Abstract: I argue that the solution to the Red Hat Problem, a puzzle derived from interactive epistemic logic, requires S5. Interactive epis- temic logic is set out in formal terms, and an attempt to solve the red hat puzzle is made in K, K, and K, each of which fails, showing that a stronger system, K is required.
Keywords Interactive Epistemology  Dirty Faces Problem  Red Hats Problem
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