Truth Value Intervals , Bets , and Dialogue Games

@inproceedings{Fermller2009TruthVI,
  title={Truth Value Intervals , Bets , and Dialogue Games},
  author={Christian G. Ferm{\"u}ller},
  year={2009}
}
Fuzzy logics in Zadeh’s ‘narrow sense’ (Zadeh, 1988), i.e., truth functional logics referring to the real closed unit interval [0,1] as set of truth values, are often motivated as logics for ‘reasoning with imprecise notions and propositions’ (see, e.g., (Hájek, 1998)). However the relation between these logics and theories of vagueness, as discussed in a… CONTINUE READING