This entry contains a list of topics and literature. I will from time to time add stuff here. Feel free to suggest topics and papers you are interested in!

## Possible worlds and SDL (session #1)

- How do possible world semantics in modal logic work?
- Standard Deontic Logic: what are the main ideas.

## Seminal work in deontic logic: the limits of SDL

- Von Wright’s seminal paper on deontic logic
- Von Wright, G. H. (1951). Deontic logic. Mind, 60(237), 1–15.

- Reducing Deontic Logic to Alethic Modal Logic
- Anderson, A. R. (1958). A reduction of deontic logic to alethic modal logic. Mind, 67(265), 100–103.

- Chisholm Paradox: do we need a dyadic deontic operator?
- Chisholm, R. M. (1963). Contrary-to-duty imperatives and deontic logic. Analysis, 24, 33–36.
- Prakken, H., & Sergot, M. . (1996). Contrary-to-duty obligations. Studia Logica, 57(1), 91–115.

- Forrester Paradox: is there a problem with possible worlds?
- Forrester, J. . (1984). Gentle murder, or the adverbial samaritan. Journal of Philosophy, 81, 193–197.

## Why only talking about obligations and permissions? Supererogation

- Some ethical works …
- Urmson, J.O. (1958). “Saints and Heroes.” In Melden 1958, 198–216.
- etc.

- and McNamara’s semantics
- McNamara, P. (1996). Making room for going beyond the call. Mind, 105(419), 415–450.

## Beyond SDL: Contrary to duty obligations and more …

- Dyadic Standard Deontic Logic
- Deontic Default Logic
- Horty, J. F. (2012). Reasons as defaults. : Oxford University Press.

Argumentation and Deontic Logic

- Beirlaen, M., Heyninck, J., & Straßer, C. (2018). Structured argumentation with prioritized

conditional obligations and permissions. Journal of Logic and Computation.

Input/Output Logic

- Makinson, D., & Torre, L. v. d. (2000). Input/Output logics. Journal of Philosophical Logic, (29), 383–408.
- Makinson, D., & Van Der Torre, L. (2001). Constraints for Input/Output logics. Journal of

Philosophical Logic, 30(2), 155–185.

Carmo & Jones:

- Carmo, Jos\‘e, & Jones, A. J. (2002). Deontic logic and contrary-to-duties. In (Eds.), Handbook of philosophical logic (pp. 265–343). : Springer.
- Carmo, Jose, & Jones, A. J. (2013). Completeness and decidability results for a logic of contrary-to-duty conditionals. Journal of Logic and Computation, 23(3), 585–626.

## More on permission

An overview on permission types

- Makinson, D., & van der Torre, L. (2003). Permission from an input/output perspective. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 32(4), 391–416.

- Stolpe, A. (2010). A theory of permission based on the notion of derogation. Journal of Applied Logic, 8(1), 97–113.

How do deal with free choice permission: an approach with truth-makers

- Korbmacher, J., Anglberger, A., & Faroldi, F. L. (2016). An exact truthmaker semantics for permission and obligation. Deontic logic and normative systems, 16–31.

## Applications to Moral Theories

- Utilitarism
- Horty, J. F. (2001). Agency and deontic logic. : Oxford University Press.
- Tamminga, A., & Hindriks, F. (2019). The irreducibility of collective obligations. Philosophical Studies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11098-018-01236-2
- Tamminga, A. (2013). Deontic logic for strategic games. Erkenntnis, 78(1), 183–200.

## Taking actions serious

- Deontic STIT-logic
- Horty, J. F. (2001). Agency and deontic logic. : Oxford University Press.

## Dealing with deontic conflicts

- The problem with deontic dilemmas.
- Goble, L. (2013). Prima facie norms, normative conflicts, and dilemmas. Handbook of deontic logic and normative systems, 1, 241–352.

- Non-standard semantics such as neighborhood semantics, multiplex semantics, etc. (I will explain this in the course.)