modal logic definition

  • noun:
    • Any formal system that attempts to handle modalities, such as chance and prerequisite, but also responsibility and authorization.
    • a method of logic which studies tips combine propositions which include the concepts necessarily, possibility, and responsibility.
    • the reasonable study necessarily and chance
    • something of reasoning whose formal properties resemble particular ethical and epistemological concepts

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