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" All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being employed. It is therefore not applicable to this terrestrial life, but only to an imagined celestial existence. "
An Introduction to Many-Valued and Fuzzy Logic: Semantics, Algebras, and ... - Page 14
by Merrie Bergmann - 2008
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Deviant Logic: Some Philosophical Issues

Susan Haack - Philosophy - 1974 - 191 pages
...to classical logic. Consider the insouciance with which Russell comments that All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being employed. It is therefore not applicable to this terrestial life, but only to an imagined celestial existence . . . logic takes us nearer to heaven...
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Deviant Logic, Fuzzy Logic: Beyond the Formalism

Susan Haack - Philosophy - 1996 - 291 pages
...to classical logic. Consider the insouciance with which Russell comments that All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being employed. It is therefore not applicable to this terrestial life, but only to an imagined celestial existence . . . logic takes us nearer to heaven...
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The Importance of Being Fuzzy: And Other Insights from the Border Between ...

Arturo Sangalli
...authorize the withdrawal of $100,000 from Ms. Smith's bank account. PRECISION All traditional logic assumes that precise symbols are being employed. It...applicable to this terrestrial life, but only to an imaginary celestial existence. (Bertrand Russell)5 In the ideal realm of mathematics, things are certain...
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Fuzzy Systems Design: Social and Engineering Applications ; with 21 Tables

Leonid Reznik, Janusz Kacprzyk - Business & Economics - 1998 - 334 pages
...dance. The great Bertrand Russell also rejects Aristorle's law of excluded middle: All traditional logic assumes that precise symbols are being employed. It is therefore not applicable to this terrestial life, but only to an imagined celestial one. The law of excluded middle [A or not-A] is...
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Granular Computing: An Introduction

Andrzej Bargiela, Witold Pedrycz - Computers - 2002 - 452 pages
...employed, but it is not true when symbols are vague, as, in fact, all symbols are... All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being...applicable to this terrestrial life, but only to an imaginary celestial existence. N. Wiener (1923) put is succinctly as ... experience only whispers "yes"...
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Bilder, Ähnlichkeit und Perspektive: auf dem Weg zu einer neuen Theorie der ...

Klaus Rehkämper - Business & Economics - 2002 - 164 pages
...are vague, äs, in fact, all Symbols are. [...] All traditional logic habitually assumes that precis Symbols are being employed. It is therefore not applicable...life, but only to an imagined celestial existence. (Russell 1923 1988: 148, 151) Aber es sind nicht die einzelnen Dinge, die unscharf sind, sondern die...
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Data Engineering: Fuzzy Mathematics in Systems Theory and Data Analysis

Olaf Wolkenhauer - Technology & Engineering - 2004 - 296 pages
...are nonlinear mappings. D Fuzzy systems are universal function approximators. All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being...life but only to an imagined celestial existence. — Bertrand Russell The previous section introduced approximate reasoning as a methodology to encode...
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One Hundred Years of Russell's Paradox: Mathematics, Logic, Philosophy

Godehard Link - Mathematics - 2004 - 662 pages
...source of the paradoxes of vagueness is the use of classical logic. We read, "All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being...life, but only to an imagined celestial existence" ([22]: 65). It's surprising to hear Russell say this, because it's a view one expects to hear from...
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Quantifying Environmental Impact Assessments Using Fuzzy Logic

Richard B. Shepard - Science - 2005 - 264 pages
...linguistic characterizations are, in general, less specific than numerical ones[43]. All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being...terrestrial life but only to an imagined celestial existence[27]. As Zimmerman [45] notes (on his page 141), Zadeh's "quotation presents in a nutshell...
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Artificial Intelligence with Uncertainty

Deyi Li, Yi Du - Computers - 2007 - 376 pages
...would be a great mistake to suppose that vague knowledge must be false." and "All traditional logic habitually assumes that precise symbols are being...life, but only to an imagined celestial existence." Russell, as a symbolic and logic scientist, deeply realized the significance of fuzziness and criticized...
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