In this paper we investigate how to model legal abrogation and annulment in Defeasible Logic. We examine some options that embed in this setting, and similar rule-based systems, ideas from belief and base revision. In both cases, our conclusion is negative, which suggests to adopt a different logical model.

Changing Legal Systems: Abrogation and Annulment. Part I: Revision of Defeasible Theories

GOVERNATORI, GUIDO;ROTOLO, ANTONINO
2008

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In this paper we investigate how to model legal abrogation and annulment in Defeasible Logic. We examine some options that embed in this setting, and similar rule-based systems, ideas from belief and base revision. In both cases, our conclusion is negative, which suggests to adopt a different logical model.
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Deontic Logic in Computer Science (DEON'08)
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G. Governatori; A. Rotolo
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