From reasonable preferences, via argumentation, to logic

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JACOT, Justine, Emmanuel GENOT, Frank ZENKER, 2016. From reasonable preferences, via argumentation, to logic. In: Journal of Applied Logic. 18, pp. 105-128. ISSN 1570-8683. eISSN 1570-8691

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