Session 4.2.1

Advanced Deontic Logic (Nino Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor)

Monday, 19 July, first afternoon session: 14h-15h20

Themes covered in this session:

  1. Possible world semantics
  2. Deontic semantics
  3. Paradoxes of deontic logic
  4. Directed obligations and permissions
  5. Rights
  6. Powers
  7. Logical model of legal systems

readings:

Deontic Logic: Introductory Materials, Chap. 2 (link)

Slides:

Giovanni Sartor and Antonino Rotolo, slides (link)

Further Readings:

  • Sartor, G. (2006). Fundamental legal concepts: A formal and teleological characterisation. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 21:101–42.(link)
  • Hohfeld, W. N. (1913). Some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning. I. Yale Law Journal, 23:16–59. (link)
  • Hohfeld, W. N. (1917). Some fundamental legal conceptions as applied in judicial reasoning. II. Yale Law Journal, 26:710–70.(link)
  • Sartor, G. (2010). Doing justice to rights and values: teleological reasoning and proportion- ality. Artificial Intelligence and Law, 18:175–215. (link)

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