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 Deontic logic is a branch of philosophical logic involving reasoning with norms, obligations, prohibitions and permissions.
 Deontic logic is the field of logic that is concerned with obligation, permission, and related concepts.
 Deontic logic is the branch of symbolic logic that studies the formal properties of normative concepts.
 Deontic logic is the logic dealing with real as well as with ideal behaviour.
 See deontic logic; relevant logic.
 The formal method used is based on deontic logic, a logical formalism that seems particularly adapted for the specification of security properties.
 A frequent collaborator with Nuel Belnap, Anderson was instrumental in the development of relevance logic and deontic logic.
 The book has chapters on dynamic (Ch 4); defeasible (Ch 3, 9) and temporal (Ch 1 & 7) versions of deontic logic.
 Epistemic logic is (arguably) best captured in the system "S4"; deontic logic in the system "D", temporal logic in "t" (sic:lowercase) and alethic logic S5.
 Horty, J. 1993. Deontic logic as founded in nonmonotonic logic.
 In 1926, the Austrian philosopher Ernst Mally (18791944) proposed the first formal system of deontic logic.
 The first plausible system of deontic logic was proposed by G. H. von Wright in his paper Deontic Logic in the philosophical journal Mind in 1951.
 An important problem of deontic logic is that of how to properly represent conditional obligations, e.g.
 Alternatively, a deontic logic is a formal system that attempts to capture the essential logical features of these concepts.
 It combines a deontic logic to model the concept of permission, obligation and prohibition with a modal logic of action.
 The problems addressed range from methodological issues in paraconsistent and deontic logic to the revision theory of truth and infinite Turing machines.
Deontic Logic
 Deontic logic may be described as the logic of prohibitions, permissions and obligations.
 Deontic logic handles norm propositions, not norms; There might be alternative concepts to truth, e.g.
 His work unleashed a torrent of new work on the topic, expanding the kinds of modality treated to include deontic logic and epistemic logic.
Categories
 Modal Logic
 Prohibitions
 Symbolic Logic
 Norms
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