A principle-based analysis for numerical balancing, with M. Shao, L. van der Torre, V. de Wit, and L. Yu, in: Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Logics for New-Generation Artificial Intelligence (LNGAI2024), College Publications.


Epistemic conflicts and the form of epistemic rules, Pacific Philosophical Quarterly, Early View, 1–33.


Conciliatory reasoning, self-defeat, and abstract argumentation, The Review of Symbolic Logic 16(3), 740–87.

Reasons in weighted argumentation graphs, with D. Streit and V. de Wit, in: N. Alechina et al. (eds.) 9th International Conference on Logic, Rationality, and Interaction (LORI2023). Springer, 251–9.

Evidence and facts about incoherence: Reply to Schmidt, Asian Journal of Philosophy 2(2), 52, 1–11.

Beyond reasons and obligations: A dual-role approach to reasons and supererogation, with D. Streit, in: J. Maranhão et al. (eds.) Deontic Logic and Normative Systems: 16th International Conference (DEON2023), College Publications, 119–37.

Reason-based detachment, with L. van der Torre, in: B. Bentzen et al. (eds.) Joint Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Logics for New-Generation Artificial Intelligence and the International Workshop on Logic, AI, and Law (LNGAI/LAIL2023), College Publications, 49–65.


Conciliatory views, higher-order disagreements, and defeasible logic, Synthese 200(2), 173, 1–23.

XAI and philosophical work on explanation: A roadmap, with T. Raleigh, in G. Boella et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Bias, Ethical AI, Explainability, and the Role of Logic and Logic Programming (BEWARE2022),, 101–6.


Misleading higher-order evidence, conflicting ideals, and defeasible logic, Ergo 8(6), 141–74.

Moral principles: Contributory, hedged, mixed, in F. Liu et al. (eds.) Deontic Logic and Normative Systems: 15th International Conference (DEON2020/21). College Publications, 272–90.

Before 2020

Deliberating between backward and forward induction reasoning: First steps, with E. Pacuit, in R. Ramanujam (ed.) Proceedings of the 15th Conference on the Theoretical Aspects of Rationality and Knowledge (TARK2015), 153–61.

A curious dialogical logic and its composition problem, with S. Uckelman and J. Alama, Journal of Philosophical Logic 43(6) (2014), 1065–100.

Logic in Latvia, with J. Šķilters, in Schumann A. (ed.) Logic in Central and Eastern Europe: History, Science and Discourse, (2013) University of America Press.

Dialogue games in classical logic, with J. Alama and S. Uckelman, in G. Giese and R. Kuznets (eds.) TABLEAUX 2011: Workshops, Tutorials, and Short Papers, Technical Report IAM-11-002, Universität Bern (2011), 82–6.