Archival Literature

Papers at International, Peer-Reviewed Conferences

  1. [1] G. Lisowski, D. McHugh, and M. Rapp (2016) Winning questions: inquisitive semantics and the lottery paradox. In 5th LSE Graduate Conference in Philosophy of Probability, External Links: Link Cited by: p1.

Theses

  1. [2] M. Rapp (2018) Hybrid logics for arguments, beliefs, and their dynamics. Master’s Thesis, University of Amsterdam. External Links: Link Cited by: p1.
  2. [3] M. Rapp (2016) Is there an ergodic axiom in economics?. Master’s Thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science. Cited by: p1.
  3. [1] M. Rapp (2013) Braucht die Ökonomie einen Paradigmenwechsel? Methodische Vorschläge nach Elinor Ostrom. Bachelor’s Thesis, Munich School of Philosophy. Cited by: p1.

Gray Literature

Papers at Peer-Reviewed Workshops

  1. [1] S. Hungerbühler, H. P. Jóhnsson, G. Lisowski, and M. Rapp (2019) Social choice and the problem of recommending essential readings. In At the Intersection of Language, Logic, and Information. ESSLLI 2018.At the Intersection of Language, Logic, and Information. ESSLLI 2018., J. Sikos and E. Pacuit (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 11667. Cited by: p1.
  2. [2] G. Lisowski and M. Rapp (2017) Is the triviality of agm a serious possibility. In Logic in the Wild: 6th workshop in the ’Logic, Reasoning & Rationality’ series, External Links: Link Cited by: p1.

Unpublished

  1. [1] M. Kohlhase and M. Rapp (2019) Context graph for argumentation logics. Cited by: p1.