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Logic and questions
1.1 Questions, answers, and inferences
1.1.1 Questions and answers
1.1.2 Inferences with questions
1.2 Set-of-answers methodology
1.2.1 Semantics of questions
1.2.2 Sets of answers
1.2.3 Epistemic aspects of SAM
1.3 Note on the recent history of erotetic lo-
1.3.1 Inferential erotetic logic
1.3.2 Intensional erotetic logic
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Adapted set-of-answers methodology in IEL
2.1.2 Consequence relations in IEL
2.1.3 Model-based approach
2.2.1 Evocation
2.2.2 Presuppositions
2.3 Questions and questions
2.3.1 Erotetic implication
2.3.2 Evocation and erotetic implication
2.3.4 Questions and sets of questions
2.4 Final remarks
Epistemic logic with questions
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Single-agent propositional epistemic logic
3.2.1 Incorporating questions
3.2.2 Some important classes of questions
3.3 Epistemic erotetic implication
3.4 Askability and answerhood
3.5 Context
3.6 Implied questions
4.1 Introduction
4.2.1 Group epistemic modalities
4.2.2 Group questions and answerhood
4.3 Public announcement
4.3.1 Updates and questions
4.3.2 Public announcement and answerhood
4.3.3 Answer mining in a group
4.4 Final remarks
5.1 Related works and future directions
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