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This paper takes into account the Wittgenstein's idea of family resemblance as a particular crisp relation between some fuzzy sets, that is, between some representations of predicates use from its use. It is shown that all uses of the same predicate actually do have some kind of family resemblance, that some pairs of predicates cannot, and how the(More)
The paper is devoted to present some arguments in favor of a positive answer to its title. It claims for the teaching of Fuzzy Logic in schools and high schools allowing to see Classical Logic as a `degenerate' case of Fuzzy Logic. It is based on the possible concepts that could be explained, such as: the concept of fuzzy set, the formalization of the(More)