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I will also argue that the kind of reasoning that is most useful in Computational Logic is the reasoning involved in generating such a synactically represented semantic structure, in order to make or show that a given set of sentences may be true. We will see that it is hard to distinguish between reasoning about truth in such syntactic/semantic structures and reasoning with purely syntactic rules of inference. Like the Wason selection task, the suppression task has generated a wealth of alternative explanations.

Here the thought communicated by the sentence is that the goal of alerting the driver can be reduced to the subgoal of pressing the alarm signal button. To understand and make use of the goal-reduction procedure, you need to assimilate it into your existing goals and beliefs. For example, you might already know that there could be other ways of alerting the driver, such as shouting out loud. You probably know that alerting the driver is one way of getting help, and that there are other ways of getting help, such as enlisting the assistance of your fellow passengers.

In the special case where the achievement goal is false and therefore unachievable, then this pattern of reasoning detects violation of the goal. In the special case where the other conditions are properties that can be observed in the 2: The psychology of logic 31 agent’s environment, then the agent can attempt to verify these properties by actively attempting to observe whether or not they are true. This analysis of the cheater detection algorithm applies without prejudice to the issue of whether or not people actually use such algorithms to solve selection tasks.

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