The five keynote presenters at RuleML+RR 2018 were Hannah Bast (University of Freiburg), who presented Efficient and Convenient Search on Very Large Knowledge Bases; Georg Gottlob (University of Oxford), who presented Vadalog: A Language and System for Knowledge Graphs; Guido Governatori (Dataol / CSIRO), who presented Modal Rules: Extending Defeasible
Logic with Modal Operators; Valeria de Paiva (Nuance Communications), who presented Bridging Trouble; and Philipp Slusallek (Saarland University/ DFKI), who presented Understanding the World with AI: Training and Validating Autonomous Systems Using Synthetic Data.
(70) Second, proponents of the disagreement view claim that default trust is defeasible
if considerations independent of the disputed proposition let us assign a higher likelihood of us being right about the disputed proposition compared with the disputing interlocutor.
Move now to non-categorical, or defeasible
, beliefs, also identifiable as probabilistic.
This paper criticizes phenomenal conservatism-the view according to which a subject S's seeming that P provides S with defeasible
justification for believing P.
'Whatever legitimately belonged to the indigenous community regardless of sizes shall belong to them and shall not be modified or defeasible
by any written law,' he said.
Since readers can never be sure that they have formed correct hypotheses about the implied author's intentions, I want to follow instead David Herman's slightly more modest proposal to move beyond the "compartmentalized intentionality" of the implied author--that is, beyond an approach that is grounded in a view of intentions as inner, mental objects--and toward "an approach of narrative understanding that more fully and more openly grounds stories in intentional systems, that acknowledges the extent to which the process of interpretation hinges on making defeasible
(= possibly wrong) inferences about communicative intentions" (244).
(2) There are some who view Lear's kingly authority as defeasible
; that is to say, they view his authority as something that can be forfeited, annulled, or given away.
The presumption of "no, at least not yet"--although defeasible
, and not infrequently defeated--gave women shelter and more control over when and if a sexual relationship would happen.
?", in Arend Soeteman (ed.), Pluralism and Law, Kluwer,
(Eds.) Handbook of Defeasible
Reasoning and Uncertainty Management Systems (pp.
Fees, State Action, and the Legacy of Massive Resistance, 34 Wm.
Herbert LA Hart assevera em seu texto que tomou emprestado e alargou o sentido da palavra inglesa defeasible
, que seria usada para um tipo de propriedade que estaria sujeita a extincao ou derrota quando houvessem contingencias diferentes, mas que permaneceria intacta caso estas nao se concretizassem.