Set Theory and Logic


Solution of Horty's Puzzles in STIT Logic

Authors: Colin James III

In see-to-it-that logic (stit logic), three deontic examples are presented of Horty's coin betting puzzle with two agents. The form of the examples is tautologous. However, a profitability analysis by contrasting outcome for the agents shows none is tautologous. The example for the agent initiating the state of the coin as more profitable than the other agent is more closely aligned to tautology and hence the more profitable strategic outcome. What follows is that stit logic is a non tautologous fragment of the universal logic VŁ4.

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