Paper: A Deontic Argumentation Framework Towards Doctrine Reification
A modular deontic rule-based argumentation system is proposed to represent and reason upon conditional norms featuring obligations, prohibitions, and (strong or weak) permissions. The approach is based on common constructs in computational models of argument: rule-based arguments, argumentation graphs, argument labelling semantics and statement labelling semantics. Deontic reasoning patterns are captured with defeasible rule schemata to the greatest extent, towards the reification of doctrinal pieces.
Regis Riveret, Antonino Rotolo, Giovanni Sartor, A Deontic Argumentation Framework Towards Doctrine Reification, IfCoLoG Journal of Logics and their Applications, vol 6, issue 5.
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