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Reality Theory: Ontology&Concepts[edit]

A priori and a posteriori
Abductive reasoning
Accessibility relation
Analysis of competing hypotheses
Analytic–synthetic distinction
Answer set programming
Autoepistemic logic
Belief revision
Case-based reasoning
Circumscription (logic)
Classical modal logic
Closed-world assumption
Coherence theory of truth
Computation tree logic
Contingency (philosophy)
Counterfactual conditional
Default logic
Defeasible reasoning
Dempster–Shafer theory
Deontic logic
Description logic
Doxastic logic
Dynamic epistemic logic
Dynamic logic (modal logic)
Epistemic modal logic
Epistemic possibility
Explanatory power
Fluent (artificial intelligence)
Fluent calculus
Fuzzy concept
Fuzzy logic
Fuzzy number
Fuzzy set
Fuzzy set operations
Hennessy–Milner logic
Horn clause
Impossible world
Imprecise probability
Kripke semantics
Linear temporal logic
Logic programming
Logical possibility
Markov logic network
Membership function (mathematics)
Metaphysical necessity
Modal fallacy
Modal logic
Modal operator
Modal realism
Monoidal t-norm logic
Multimodal logic
Negation as failure
Non-monotonic logic
Normal modal logic
Occam's razor
Open-world assumption
Plausible reasoning
Possibility theory
Possible world
Probabilistic logic
Probabilistic logic network
Problem of future contingents
Regular modal logic
Scientific theory
Situation calculus
Stable model semantics
Subjective logic
Subjunctive possibility
T-norm fuzzy logics
Temporal logic
Well-founded semantics