doxastic logic

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Noun1.doxastic logic - the modal logic of belief and disbelief
modal logic - a system of logic whose formal properties resemble certain moral and epistemological concepts
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The failure of Tennant's argument provides an opportunity to reflect on, among other things, the nature of Moore's paradox and the role of idealization in doxastic logic.
(The appropriate doxastic logic will then be a paraconsistent one.)
But I take my start from a basic question in modern philosophy, which enables me, in the first place, to deal with belief and knowledge in the same way as obligation, and specifically permits the doxastic logic to be easily extended to an epistemic one.