Bases for an Action Logic to Model Negative Modes of Actions

In Pavel Arazim & Tomáš Lávička (eds.), The Logica Yearbook 2017. College Publications (2018)
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Currently available systems of action deontic logic are not designed to model procedures to assess the conduct of an agent which take into account the intentions of the agent and the circumstances in which she is acting. Yet, procedures of this kind are essential to determine what counts as culpable not doing. In light of this, we design an action logic, AL, in which it is possible to distinguish actions that are objectively possible for an agent, viz. there are no objective impediments for the agent to do them, and actions that, besides being objectively possible, are compatible with the setting or intentions of the agent.
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