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Self-Correcting Unsound Reasoning Agents

Yannick Chevalier
2017 International Conference on Logic Programming and Non-Monotonic Reasoning  
Under the same assumption we prove every falsehood is eventually refuted, hence the self-correction property.  ...  This paper introduces a formal framework for relating learning and deduction in reasoning agents.  ...  This choice of accepting all non-refuted statements transforms a sound but incomplete reasoning procedure into an unsound yet complete one, that will accept all valid entailments, but also may accept in  ... 
dblp:conf/lpnmr/Chevalier17 fatcat:aqqj3gs2mff7jjjzvfliyq2ady

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Todd Kulesza, Simone Stumpf, Margaret Burnett, Irwin Kwan
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '12  
Examples of explanations by the agent for specific decisions include why… and why not… descriptions of the agent's reasoning [13, 15] , visual depictions of the assistant's known correct predictions versus  ...  Without-scaffolding: With-scaffolding: intelligent agents' reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2207676.2207678 dblp:conf/chi/KuleszaSBK12 fatcat:6hhs5jlmk5fwzgc3km4os3swyu

Is Deposit Insurance a Good Thing, and if so, Who Should Pay for It?

Alan D. Morrison, Lucy White
2006 Social Science Research Network  
We analyse a model in which agents choose between depositing their funds with banks and placing them in a less productive self-managed project.  ...  The regulator can correct this market failure by providing deposit insurance to encourage deposits.  ...  is willing to run a bank, an unsound agent will also wish to do so.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.521682 fatcat:ilnwntiowbhpphqcn75nk5iy7i

Constitutive Moral Luck and Strawson's Argument for the Impossibility of Moral Responsibility

ROBERT J. HARTMAN
2018 Journal of the American Philosophical Association  
that this ambivalence undermines the only reason that Strawson gives for the self-creation requirement.  ...  I contend that the Basic Argument is unpersuasive and unsound.  ...  is on intentional actions for which agents can give reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1017/apa.2018.18 fatcat:5jdmvzbxw5dynghvjl5rxuaquy

Page 436 of Central Law Journal Vol. 7, Issue [page]

1878 Central Law Journal  
A moditica- Aion to the request, by the court, when applied to the sound proposition, rendered it unsound, and when sp- plied alone to the unsound one, cured the defect in it; .and when applied to the  ...  A charge requested by defendant consisted of two legal proposi- tions, one sound and the other unsound.  ... 

Dissecting Cohen

Keith Burgess-Jackson
2021 Philosophy Study  
The myth of the privileged moral status of moral agents has no clothes. (Regan, 1983, p. 280) In Cohen's view, both arguments are unsound, albeit for different reasons.  ...  ., since no animals are self-legislating), no animals are moral agents-however impressive their capacities might be.  ... 
doi:10.17265/2159-5313/2021.01.002 fatcat:rzw5mevdivgmlodvuz2ck3jsmu

The Appeal to Reason

Ralph Barton Perry
1921 Philosophical Review  
self-control.  ...  . (2) Let us now turn to the unsound reason.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2179309 fatcat:5qxkq5w6bbf2zhch4gqnuv2b2e

On BAN logic and hash functions or: how an unjustified inference rule causes problems

Wouter Teepe
2008 Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems  
As a result, BAN logic exhibits a problematic property, which is similar to unsoundness, but not strictly equivalent to it. We will call this property 'unsoundness' (with quotes).  ...  The 'unsoundness' is proven using the partial semantics which is given for BAN logic.  ...  Thus, any agent that knows K can verify the signature and read X .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10458-008-9063-8 fatcat:xt7bgbd3wzaazdqqco6oy3azmm

Page 424 of Phrenological Journal and Science of Health Vol. 64, Issue 6 [page]

1877 Phrenological Journal and Science of Health  
No brave, honest, self-respecting, God-re- vering soul wails and weeps and groans and prays over the multitude of human ills, but, accepting its position as an intelligent agent of Divine power, philosophically  ...  appeal to you simply as an in- strument and exponent of Divine power, for correction and harmonization.  ... 

SUICIDE AND SANITY

T.Claye Shaw
1907 The Lancet  
Such a terminal seems to be the correct issue to a series of processes (disease) unfriendly to the activity of health and is a direct opposite to the instinct of health, which is self-preservation, in  ...  here. in fact an unsoundness might even show itself by the person's refusal to carry out the custom of the country.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)55088-6 fatcat:bjneb6g5ibettnyphaffcl2zqe

Page 1088 of British Medical Journal Vol. 2, Issue 3231 [page]

1922 British Medical Journal  
It is for this reason that when two persons agree to commit suicide together and only one dies, the survivor can be indicted for murder.  ...  Emlyn sixty yeurs after Hales’s death, A long series of judicial decisions and opinions show conclusively that suicide means self-murder.  ... 

TRUTH GAPS, TRUTH GLUTS, AND THE LIAR PARADOX

Jeremiah Joven Joaquin, De La Salle University
2020 Philosophia: International Journal of Philosophy  
According to the gappy solution, the liar sentence is neither true nor false, and the reasoning that leads to the paradoxical conclusion is unsound.  ...  On the other hand, according to the glutty solution, the paradoxical conclusion is correct, but any subsequent reasoning from it is invalid. I show some ways of motivating each of these solutions.  ...  The former makes her belief self-defeating.  ... 
doi:10.46992/pijp.21.2.a.5 fatcat:ijgpcnf5dfafjfgj3dmalv7db4

THE LATE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF ENGLAND ON LUNACY

JOHN CHARLES BUCKNILL
1881 Brain  
Correct in his fact that insane delusion may exist without the loss of self-control, he scarcely seems to have given weight enough Q N L U N A C Y . . •,.' ; • • , • £ to the importance of delusion as  ...  of self-control was wanting.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/4.1.1 fatcat:qgocaov3djbijlvsdlx4rcwqui

Page 244 of Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature Vol. 10, Issue 2 [page]

1847 Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature  
^man, sought, as the agents of his policy, men of a practical turn of mind.  ...  - knowledge and judgment which it is the privi¬ lege of almost themcane.st persons to possess, if not actually of unsound mind.  ... 

Virtues for the Imperfect

Katharina Nieswandt, Ulf Hlobil
2018 Journal of Value Inquiry  
If that is correct, virtue ethics is of very limited relevance for real agents. In this paper, we offer a neo-Aristotelian account of right action that applies to non-ideal agents.  ...  Second, virtue ethicists can reject the argument as unsound.  ...  We doubt that this traditional view is correct.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10790-018-9676-3 fatcat:6mli3gryfrc5hfllnykvek73ve
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