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PP-2017-15: Baltag, Alexandru and Boddy, Rachel and Smets, Sonja (2017) Group Knowledge in Interrogative Epistemology. [Pre-print]

PP-2020-06: Baltag, Alexandru and van Benthem, Johan (2020) A Simple Logic of Functional Dependence. [Pre-print] (Submitted)

PP-2019-02: Baltag, Alexandru and van Benthem, Johan (2019) Some Thoughts on the Logic of Imprecise Observation. [Pre-print]

PP-2020-19: Baltag, Alexandru and van Benthem, Johan and Westerstähl, Dag (2020) Compositionality in Context. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2019-14: Baltag, Alexandru and Özgün, Aybüke and Vargas, Ana Lucia (2019) APAL with Memory is Better. [Pre-print] (Submitted)

MoL-2019-20: Belardinelli, Gaia (2019) Gatekeepers in Social Networks: Logics for Communicative Actions. [Report]

MoL-2017-11: Benossi, Lisa (2017) Pretending to work: a closed world reasoning formalisation of pretend play. [Report]

MoL-2017-14: Biziou-Van Pol, Laura (2017) Quantum Dialogues. [Report]

MoL-2016-08: Botan, Sirin (2016) Propositional Opinion Diffusion with Constraints. [Report]

MoL-2017-10: Bułeczka, Andrzej (2017) Medieval vs Contemporary Metaphysics of Intentionality and Logic. [Report]


PP-2018-17: Chen, Weiwei and Endriss, Ulle (2018) Aggregating Alternative Extensions of Abstract Argumentation Frameworks: Preservation Results for Quota Rules. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-16: Chen, Weiwei and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Preservation of Semantic Properties in Collective Argumentation: The Case of Aggregating Abstract Argumentation Frameworks. [Pre-print]

MoL-2018-25: Commandeur, Leon (2018) Logical Functionalism. [Report]

MoL-2020-05: Călinoiu, Teodor Tiberiu (2020) What Structural Objects Could Be: Mathematical Structuralism and its Prospects. [Pre-print]


MoL-2017-08: de Vos, Aafke (2017) The Logic of Divinatory Reasoning. [Report]


PP-2019-29: Endriss, Ulle (2019) Collective Information. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2018-16: Endriss, Ulle (2018) Judgment Aggregation with Rationality and Feasibility Constraints. [Pre-print]


MoL-2019-18: Ferrari, Matteo (2019) Questioning Philosophy. [Report]

MoL-2020-11: Flaten, Eric (2020) Toward a formal representation of radical interpretation. [Report]

MoL-2019-06: Franchini, Anna (2019) Space and the Continuum from Kant to Poincaré. [Report]


MoL-2016-24: Gioulatou, Iliana (2016) Hyperintensionality. [Report]


MoL-2018-29: Haenen, Jana (2018) A Gödel-style translation from positive calculus into strict implication logic. [Report]

MoL-2020-06: Havelange, Maëlle (2020) ‘White horse not horse’: An Analysis of Modern Interpretative Approaches to Kung-sun Lung’s White Horse Discourse. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-15: Hawke, Peter and Özgün, Aybüke (2020) Truthmaker Semantics for Epistemic Logic. [Pre-print] (In Press)

MoL-2016-22: Hendriks, Tom (2016) Beyond the Regular: A Formalization of Non-Isochronous Metrical Structure. [Report]


MoL-2017-31: Janzen, Albert (2017) The paradoxes of self-negation. [Report]


MoL-2019-14: Karačić, Tomislav (2019) The Informational View of Technologies in the Scientific Practice. [Report]

MoL-2017-20: Kasbergen, Ottilia (2017) Abstractions and Idealisations in Epistemic Logic. [Report]

MoL-2017-26: Klein, Rana (2017) The Logical Dynamics of Gossip: an analysis in Dynamic Epistemic Logic. [Report]


MoL-2018-07: Lisowski, Grzegorz (2018) Preventing Manipulation in Aggregating Value-Based Argumentation Frameworks. [Report]

MoL-2019-21: Lui, Ho-Yin (2019) Expressive Limitations and the Liar’s Revenge: A Strict-Tolerant Solution and A Pragmatic Solution For Dialetheism. [Report]

MoL-2018-22: Luthra, Mrinalini (2018) How do we Develop Ethically Aware AI? [Report]

PP-2007-22: Löwe, Benedikt (2007) Visualization of ordinals. [Report]

PP-2010-11: Löwe, Benedikt and Müller, Thomas (2010) Mathematical knowledge and skills. [Report]

PP-2007-32: Löwe, Benedikt and Müller, Thomas and Wilhelmus, Eva (2007) Mathematical knowledge: a case study in empirical philosophy of mathematics. [Report]

PP-2018-07: Löwe, Benedikt and Van Kerkhove, Bart (2018) Methodological triangulation in empirical philosophy (of mathematics). [Pre-print] (In Press)


MoL-2020-03: Maden, Rachel (2020) The nature of referential intentions. [Pre-print]

MoL-2018-28: McHugh, Dean (2018) Counterfactuals and the Logic of Imaginative Content. [Report]

PP-2016-38: McWhirter, Sarah and Szymanik, Jakub (2016) Constructing Semantic Automata for Quantifier Iterations. [Report]

MoL-2018-02: Molenaar, Laura S. (2018) Quine and Loglan: the Influence of Philosophical Ideas on the Creation of a Logical Language. [Pre-print]

MoL-2017-13: Moon, Stella (2017) Isaacson's thesis and Wilkie's theorem. [Report]


PP-2017-02: Niekus, Joop (2017) What is a choice sequence? How a solution of Troelstra's paradox shows the way to an answer to this question. [Pre-print]

MoL-2018-05: Nizzardo, Matteo (2018) Leibniz's Principle and the Problem of Nonindividuality. [Pre-print]


X-2018-01: O'Connell, David (2018) Supertasks and Spacetime. [Report]

MoL-2016-25: Occhipinti Liberman, Andrés (2016) Dynamic Evidence Logics with Relational Evidence. [Report]

MoL-2019-05: Oortwijn, Yvette (2019) Dynamic Set Theory. [Report]


MoL-2017-21: Pasquariello, Alison (2017) Mohawk Temporality: Embodiment, Ritual, and Cognition. [Report]

MoL-2018-15: Pesetsky, Jonathan (2018) Factual Conditionals and Hypothetical Commitments. [Report]

LP-1989-06: Prijatelj, Andreja (1989) Intensional Lambek Calculi: Theory and Application. [Report]

PP-2019-31: Proietti, Carlo and Grossi, Davide and Smets, Sonja and Velázquez-Quesada, Fernando R. (2019) Bipolar Argumentation Frameworks, Modal Logic and Semantic Paradoxes Authors. [Pre-print]

PP-2020-07: Proietti, Carlo and Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2020) Persuasive Argumentation and Epistemic Attitudes. [Pre-print]


PP-2020-21: Schoonen, Tom (2020) The Problem of Modally Bad Company. [Pre-print] (In Press)

MoL-2016-28: Sequeira, Nigel (2016) Knowing How To Do Semantics. [Report]

PP-2017-18: Shi, Chenwei and Smets, Sonja and Velázquez-Quesada, Fernando R. (2017) Argument-based Belief in Topological Structures. [Pre-print]

MoL-2017-02: Sierra Márquez, Pablo (2017) A formalization of Spinoza's Ethics, Part 1: Consequences for interpretation. [Report]

MoL-2017-25: Sippel, Jonathan Frederik (2017) The Good, the Bad, and the Difficult Complexity in a Monotonicity-Grounded Natural Logic for Reasoning with Generalized Quantifiers. [Report]

PP-2019-24: Solaki, Anthia (2019) Rule-based Reasoners in Epistemic Logic. [Pre-print]

MoL-2017-12: Solaki, Anthia (2017) Steps out of Logical Omniscience. [Report]

PP-2019-25: Solaki, Anthia (2019) A dynamic epistemic logic for resource-bounded agents. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-12: Solaki, Anthia and Berto, Francesco and Smets, Sonja (2019) The Logic of Fast and Slow Thinking. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2018-18: Solaki, Anthia and Smets, Sonja (2018) The effort of reasoning: modelling the inference steps of boundedly rational agents. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-26: Solaki, Anthia and Velázquez-Quesada, Fernando R. (2019) Towards a logical formalisation of Theory of Mind: a study on False Belief Tasks. [Pre-print] (In Press)


PP-2019-19: Terzopoulou, Zoi and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Aggregating Incomplete Pairwise Preferences by Weight. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-28: Terzopoulou, Zoi and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Neutrality and Relative Acceptability in Judgment Aggregation. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2019-20: Terzopoulou, Zoi and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Optimal Truth-Tracking Rules for the Aggregation of Incomplete Judgments. [Pre-print]

PP-2019-17: Terzopoulou, Zoi and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Rethinking the Neutrality Axiom in Judgment Aggregation (Extended Abstract). [Pre-print]

PP-2019-18: Terzopoulou, Zoi and Endriss, Ulle (2019) Strategyproof Judgment Aggregation under Partial Information. [Pre-print] (In Press)

X-2017-01: Trehan, Vidhi and Laloi, Aude and van Hoolwerff, Richard and Borensztajn, Gideon and Moas, Gal (2017) The Suppression Task Revisited. [Report]

X-2018-02: Troelstra, A.S. (2018) Corrections to some Publications. [Report]

MoL-2018-16: Turska, Julia Joanna (2018) Conceptual Relativism and Linguistic Anthropology: How to comprehend the incomprehensible? [Report]


MoL-2018-18: Viterbo Ferreira, Jorge (2018) The Problem of Counterpossibles. [Report]

MoL-2019-17: Vollmer, Michael (2019) On Logical Nihilism. [Report]

PP-2017-21: van Benthem, Johan (2017) Constructive Agents. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2013-02: van Benthem, Johan (2013) Implicit and Explicit Stances in Logic. [Pre-print] (Submitted)

PP-2005-21: van Benthem, Johan (2005) Logic in Philosophy. [Report]

X-2008-02: van Benthem, Johan (2008) Philosophy of Mathematics: Five Candid Answers. [Report]

PP-2016-41: van Benthem, Johan (2016) "Transmissie, Emergentie en Fading Foundations", a commentary. [Pre-print]

X-2017-02: van Benthem, Johan (2017) Truth Maker Semantics and Modal Information Logic. [Report]

PP-2005-22: van Benthem, Johan (2005) Where is Logic Going, and Should It? [Report]

PP-2019-11: van Benthem, Johan and Liu, Fenrong and Smets, Sonja (2019) Logico-Computational Aspects of Rationality. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2019-22: van Emde Boas, Peter and van Emde Boas-Lubsen, Ghica (2019) The Rules of Victorious Warriors - revised version. [Pre-print] (In Press)

PP-2019-23: van Emde Boas-Lubsen, Ghica and Zhao, Bonan and van Emde Boas, Peter (2019) Sun Tzu and the Rules of Victorious Warriors; Analysing the rules of Sun Tzu using Mind maps. [Pre-print]

MoL-2018-26: van den Broek, Max (2018) You Don't Believe This Is The Title Moore's Paradox and its relation to the Surprise Exam Paradox, the Knowability Paradox, the Toxin Problem and Newcomb’s Problem. [Report]

MoL-2017-23: van der Knaap, Guido (2017) The Philosophical Motivation for Proof-Theoretic Harmony. [Report]


LP-1989-07: Wansing, Heinrich (1989) The Adequacy Problem for Sequential Propositional Logic. [Report]

PP-2007-24: Wilhelmus, Eva (2007) Formalizability and Knowledge Ascriptions in Mathematical Practice. [Report]


MoL-2018-35: Xing, Yujie (2018) Examining Personality Differences in Chit-Chat Sequence to Sequence Conversational Agents. [Report]


MoL-2019-10: Young Pedersen, Mina (2019) Polarization and Echo Chambers: A Logical Analysis of Balance and Triadic Closure in Social Networks. [Report]


MoL-2019-07: Zamperlin, Nicolò (2019) Intensional Kleene logics for vagueness. [Report]

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