deontic logic

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Noun1.deontic logic - the modal logic of obligation and permissibility
modal logic - a system of logic whose formal properties resemble certain moral and epistemological concepts
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Firstly, its models are based on deontic logic such as input/output logic.
Notwithstanding his claim of universality for FOL, Wolenski uses Second Order Logic, Deontic Logic, and Fuzzy Logic in some of his essays.
What I can say is that I have refreshed my undergraduate learning related to epistemology, empiricism, ontology, Kant, material reductionism, Cartesian interactionism, exigency, interiority, heuristic, hermeneutics, deontic logic, idealism, emergentism, physicalism, reductionism, and phrenology; all of these I had to research on my own as the book has no glossary to assist the reader.
For instance, a variety of obligations and permissions is richer than can be expressed with deontic logic.
Among specific topics are the rights of the American Indians, phenomenology, language and colonization, mestizaje and Hispanic identity, philosophy of science, deontic logic and legal philosophy, some great figures, and from philosophy to physics and back.
In standard deontic logic, there is no resource for showing that one obligation is more pressing than another, or that some obligations are not performed.