Optimal tableaux for conditional logics with cautious monotonicity
Conditional logics capture default entailment in a modal framework in which non-monotonic implication is a first-class citizen, and in particular can be negated and nested. There is a wide range of axiomatizations of conditionals in the literature, from weak systems such as the basic conditional logic CK, which allows only for equivalent exchange of conditional antecedents, to strong systems such as Burgess' system, which imposes the full Kraus-Lehmann-Magidor properties of preferential logic....[Show more]
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