• Arguments Evaluation in Multi-Agent Systems 

      Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2018-12-13)
      In this paper, a novel problem within the field of Epistemic Logic and Justification Logic is presented. This problem can be stated as follows: how epistemic agents should prefer one justification to another for supporting ...
    • Basic Beliefs and Argument-based Beliefs in Awareness Epistemic Logic with Structured Arguments 

      Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (IOS PRESS, 2020-09-04)
      There are two intuitive principles governing belief formation and argument evaluation that can potentially clash. After arguing that adopting them unrestrictedly leads to an infinite regress, we propose a formal framework ...
    • A formal analysis of the notion of preference between deductive arguments 

      Yuste Ginel, Antonio; Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo (2018-05-25)
      In the last two decades, justification logic has addressed the problem of including justifications into the field of epistemic logic. Nevertheless, there is something that has not received enough attention yet: how epistemic ...
    • From preferences between arguments to preferences between explanations 

      Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo; Yuste-Ginel, Antonio (2018-04-06)
      In this ongoing work we present a new approach to the problem of argument evaluation. According to our view the notion of preference between deductive arguments is reducible to simpler notions. Departuring from this analysis ...
    • Knowledge and Awareness. Bringing together Epistemology and Logic. 

      Fernandez Fernandez, Claudia (UMA Editorial, 2020-02-25)
      The present dissertation has as its main goal the creation of a conceptual schema that acts as a correlation between Epistemology and Epistemic Logic. The existing disconnection between both fields and the lack of a proper ...
    • On the Tension between Belief Formation and Argument Evaluation 

      Yuste-Ginel, Antonio; Burrieza-Muñiz, Alfredo (2019-09-06)
      There exists certain circularity between the formation of some epistemic atti- tudes of an agent and the way she assesses her available arguments. For the sake of simplicity, I will restrict my attention to the case of ...