Theses

Master of Logic / ILLC


Recent Theses

On the ILLC site you may find a full list of ILLC research reports and dissertations. Additionally, the electronic archives may also be accessed by using the Search Form of the ILLC Eprints server.

MoL-2018-32:
Gian Carlo Milanese An exploration of closure ordinals in the modal μ-calculus
MoL-2018-31:
Krzysztof Mierzewski Probabilistic Stability: dynamics, nonmonotonic logics, and stable revision
MoL-2018-30:
Morwenna Hoeks Coordinating Questions
MoL-2018-29:
Jana Haenen A Gödel-style translation from positive calculus into strict implication logic
MoL-2018-28:
Dean McHugh Counterfactuals and the Logic of Imaginative Content
MoL-2018-27:
Saúl Fernández González Generic Models for Topological Evidence Logics
MoL-2018-26:
Max van den Broek You Don't Believe This Is The Title
Moore's Paradox and its relation to the Surprise Exam Paradox, the Knowability Paradox, the Toxin Problem and Newcomb’s Problem
MoL-2018-25:
Leon Commandeur Logical Functionalism
MoL-2018-24:
Lucy van Oostveen What You Know About People’s Preferences Matters:
Investigating simpler notions of partial information in the context of strategic manipulation in voting
MoL-2018-23:
Marlou M. Gijzen A Constructive Approach Towards Formalizing Relativization Using Combinatory Logic

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