Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Epistemic Logic" by Vincent Hendricks and John Symons

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  • Gochet, P. and Gribomont, P. (2003). ‘Epistemic Logic,’ forthcoming in Handbook of the History and Philosophy of Logic, edited by Gabbay, D.M. and Woods, J. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science. (Scholar)
  • Hintikka, J. and Halonen, I. (1998). ‘Epistemic Logic’, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, volume 1. London: Routledge: 752-3. (Scholar)
  • Meyer, J.-J. Ch. (2001). ‘Epistemic Logic,’ chapter 9 of The Blackwell Guide to Philosophical Logic (L. Goble, ed.), Oxford: Blackwell Publishers: 183-200. (Scholar)


  • Alchourrón, C.E., Gärdenfors, P. and Makinson, D. (1985). ‘On the Logic of Theory Change, Journal of Symbolic Logic, 50: 510-530. (Scholar)
  • Arlo Costa, H. (2006). ‘ Rationality and Value: The Epistemological Role of Indeterminate and Agent-Dependent Values Philosophical Studies 127 3: 1-52 (Scholar)
  • Aumann, R.J. (1999a). ‘ Interactive Epistemology I: Knowledge,’ International Journal of Game Theory 28: 263-300 (Scholar)
  • Baltag, A., Moss, L.S., Solecki, S. (2002). ‘The Logic of Public Annoucements, Common Knowledge, and Private Suspicion’. Proceedings of TARK 1998. Los Altos: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 43-56 (Scholar)
  • Benthem, J.F.A.K. v. (2000). ‘Logic and Game Theory--close encounters of the third kind’, in Prooceedings of LLC99, Loon, I.v., Mints, G. and Muskens, R. (eds). Stanford: CSLI Publications. (Scholar)
  • Benthem, J.F.A.K. v. (2003). ‘Logic Games are Complete for Game Logics’, Studia Logica, 75(2): 183-203. (Scholar)
  • Benthem, J.F.A.K. v. (2003). ‘Fifty Years: Changes and Constants in Logic’, in Trends in Logic: 50 Years of Studia Logica. Edited by Hendricks, V.F. and Malinowski, J., Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 35-56. (Scholar)
  • Bull, R. and Segerberg, K. (1984). ‘Basic Modal Logic’, in Gabbay 1984, 1-88. (Scholar)
  • Halpern, J. Y. (1995). ‘Should Knowledge Entail Belief?’, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 25: 483-494. (Scholar)
  • Hintikka, J. (1975). ‘Impossible Possible Worlds Vindicated’, Journal of Philosophical Logic, 4: 475-484. (Scholar)
  • Hendricks, V. F. (2003). ‘Active Agents’, Journal of Logic, Language and Information, van Benthem, J. and van Rooy, R. (eds.). 12, 4: 469-495. (Scholar)
  • Hendricks, V. F. and Symons J.(2006). ‘Where's the Bridge? Epistemic Logic and Epistemology’, Philosophical Studies, 128, 1: 2-26. (Scholar)
  • Hoek, W.v.d., Ditmarsch, H., Kooi, B. (2003). ‘Concurrent Dynamic Epistemic Logic,’ in Hendricks 2005, 105-173. (Scholar)
  • Hoek, W. van der, (1996). ‘Systems for Knowledge and Belief’, Journal of Logic and Computation, 3: 173-195. (Scholar)
  • Kripke, S. (1963). ‘Semantical Analysis of Modal Logic’, Zeitschrift für Matematische Logik und Grundlagen der Matematik, 9: 67-96. (Scholar)
  • Lindström, S. and Rabinowicz, W. (1997). ‘Extending Dynamic Logic: Accommodating Iterated Beliefs and Ramsey Conditionals within DLL’, in For Good Measure, Lindahl, L., Needham, P. and Sliwinski, R. (eds.). Uppsala Philosophical Studies, 46: 123-153. (Scholar)
  • Lindström, S. and Rabinowicz, W. (1999). ‘DDL Unlimited: Dynamic Doxastic Logic for Introspective Agents’, Erkenntnis, 50: 353-385. (Scholar)
  • Meyer, J.-J. Ch. (2003). ‘Modal Epistemic and Doxastic Logic,’ in: Handbook of Philosophical Logic (2nd edition) (D. Gabbay & F. Guenthner, eds.) Vol. 10, Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1-38. (Scholar)
  • Rantala, V. (1975). ‘Urn Models: A New Kind of Non-Standard Model for First-Order Logic’, Journal of Symbolic Logic, 4: 455-474. (Scholar)
  • de Rijke, M. (1994). ‘Meeting Some Neighbours: A Dynamic Modal Logic Meets Theories of Change and Knowledge Representation’, in Logic and Information Flow, Eijck, J.v and Visser, A. (eds.). Cambridge: MIT Press, 170–196. (Scholar)
  • Scott, D. (1970). ‘Advice on Modal Logic’, in Philosophical Problems in Logic, Lambert, K. (ed.). Dordrecht: D. Reidel Publishing Company: 143-173. (Scholar)
  • Segerberg, K. (1995). ‘Belief Revision from the Point of View of Doxastic Logic’, Bulletin of the IGPL, 3: 535-553. (Scholar)
  • Segerberg, K. (1999a). ‘The Basic Dynamic Doxastic Logic of AGM’, Uppsala Prints and Preprints in Philosophy, 1. (Scholar)
  • Segerberg, K. (1999b). ‘A Completeness Proof in Full DDL’, in Philosophical Crumbs: Essays Dedicated to Ann-Mari Henschen-Dahlqvist on the Occasion of her Seventyfifth Birthday, Sliwinski, R. (ed.). Uppsala Philosophical Studies, 49: 195-207. (Scholar)
  • Stalnaker, R. (1996). ‘Knowledge, Belief and Counterfactual Reasoning in Games’, Economics and Philosophy, 12: 133-163. (Scholar)

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