The fourth international workshop on Logic Rationality and Interaction (LORI-4) took place in Hangzhou, China on October 9th–12th 2013, hosted by the Center for the Study of Language and Cognition (CSLC) of Zhejiang University. 1 The event brought together an international group of logicians, computer scientists, decision and game theorists, linguists and AI researchers. Along with the contributed papers and posters, the workshop featured seven invited talks—by Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci, Valentin Goranko, Hannes Leitgeb, Beishui Liao, Christian List, Sonja Smets and Dongmo Zhang. 2 The articles in this special issue were selected among the papers of the workshop proceedings [ 2 ]. The selected papers were revised and extended, and went through the same extensive review process as all regular submissions to the JLC . The result is a collection of papers that accurately...

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