On logic and fuzziness

George Thompson thompson at JLC.NET
Sun Nov 8 02:11:31 UTC 1998

"Fuzzy logic" may be a useful concept in some, if not all, possible worlds,
but if you do not know the relevant languages that you are discussing, then
it is not a matter of fuzzy logic. It is simply fuzziness, with no logic

What is the probability of one's being right about *anything* having to do
with Vedic or Avestan or Hittite, for example, if one does not know these

On this list, as opposed to others that Mark Hubey may be on, a preliminary
prerequisite is a basic command of the relevant languages. That is my
opinion, at least.

Of course, I may be wrong.

GT [who tries to be logical, as well]

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