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Social Commonsense Reasoning requires understanding of text, knowledge about social events and their pragmatic implications, as well as commonsense reasoning skills. In this work we propose a novel multi-head knowledge attention model that encodes semi-structured commonsense inference rules and learns to incorporate them in a transformer-based reasoning cell. We assess the model's performance on two tasks that require different reasoning skills: Abductive Natural Language Inference andarXiv:2010.05587v1 fatcat:g3rb54etq5ao5jsibfskvax54e