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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark A Brown; José Carmo; British Computer Society.
|Notes:||Published in collaboration with the British Computer Society.|
|Description:||xvi, 232 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||From the Fundamental Legal Conceptions of Hohfeld to Legal Relations: Refining the Enrichment of Solely Deontic Legal Relations.- Towards a Computational Treatment of Deontic Defeasibility.- Doing as We Ought: Towards a Logic of Simply Dischargeable Obligations.- A Deontic Logic for Reasoning about Confidentiality.- A Modal Approach to Intentions, Commitments and Obligations: Intention plus Commitment Yields Obligation.- Combining Agency and Obligation (Preliminary Version).- The Logic of Normative Systems.- Getting Personal: Some Notes on the Relationship Between Personal and Impersonal Obligation.- Must I Do What I Ought? (Or Will the Least I Can Do Do?).- Defeasible Reasoning with Legal Rules.- Indirect Action, Influence and Responsibility.- How to Combine Ordering and Minimizing in a Deontic Logic Based on Preferences.- Author Index.|
|Series Title:||Workshops in computing.|
|Responsibility:||Mark A. Brown and José Carmo (eds).|