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Peterson, C. (forthcoming). A logic for human actions, Applications of formal philosophy, Springer.

Houle, F. and Peterson, C. (forthcoming). The many faces of truth in the law of evidence, Comment savoir ce que nous croyons savoir: Les faits et le droit, Éditions Thémis.

Peterson, C. (forthcoming). Conditional reasoning with string diagrams, South American Journal of Logic.

Peterson, C. (forthcoming). From linguistics to deontic logic via category theory, Logique et Analyse.

Peterson, C. and Marquis, J.-P. (accepted). Formal philosophy and legal reasoning: The validity of legal inferences, Logique et Analyse.

Anglberger, A., Gratzl, N. and Roy, O. (2015). Obligation, Free Choice, and the Logic of Weaket Permissions. The Review of Symbolic Logic, 8, pp 807-827. doi:10.1017/S1755020315000209.

Peterson, C. (2015). Contrary-to-duty reasoning:  A categorical approach, Logica Universalis 9(1): 47-92.  

Anglberger, A., Dong, H., and Roy, O. (2014). Open reading without free choice. In Cariani, F., Grossi, D., Meheus, J., and Parent, X., editors, Deontic Logic and Normative Systems, volume 8554 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 19–32. Springer International Publishing.

Castro, P. and Kulicki, P. (2014). Deontic logics based on boolean algebra. In Trypuz, R., editor, Krister Segerberg on Logics of Action, volume 1 of Outstanding Contributions to Logic, pages 85–117. Springer.

Kulicki, P. and Trypuz, R. (2014). Completely and partially executable sequences of actions in deontic context. Synthese. 22 Nov 2014, DOI 10.1007/s11229­014­0604­1.

Peterson, C. (2014). The categorical imperative: Category theory as a foundation for deontic logic, Journal of Applied Logic, 12(4): 417-461.

Peterson, C. (2014). Monoidal logics: How to avoid paradoxes, Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition (AIC 2014), November 26-27, Turin, Italy, CEUR Workshop Proceedings vol. 1315, ISSN: 1613-0073.

Peterson, C. (2013). Pensee rationnelle et argumentation. Presses de l’Universite de Montreal.

Rechenauer, M. and Roy, O. (2014). The logical structure of Scanlon’s contractualism. In Cariani, F., Grossi, D., Meheus, J., and Parent, X., editors, Deontic Logic and Normative Systems, volume 8554 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 166–176. Springer International Publishing.

Roy, O., Anglberger, A., and Gratzl, N. (2014). The logic of best actions from a deontic perspective. In Baltag, A. and Smets, S., editors, Johan van Benthem on Logic and Information Dynamics, volume 5 of Outstanding Contributions to Logic, pages 657–676. Springer International Publishing.

Trypuz, R. and Kulicki, P. (2013). On deontic action logics based on Boolean algebra. Journal of Logic and Computation, doi:10.1093/logcom/ext057.

Trypuz, R. and Kulicki, P. (2014). Deontic logic of actions and states. In Carini, F., Grossi, D., Mehus, J., and Parent, X., editors, Deontic Logic and Normative System, LNAI 8554, pages 258–272. Springer.

Trypuz, R. and Kulicki, P. (2014). Jerzy Kalinowski’s logic of normative sentences revisited. Studia Logica. 14 Aug 2014. DOI 10.1007/s11225­014­9572­1.

Peterson, C. (2013). Normative inferences and validity: A heuristic, Cogency, 5(1): 85-105.

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