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Bridges between contextual linguistic models of vagueness and t-norm based fuzzy logic. In: Montagna, F. ) Petr H´ ajek on Mathematical Fuzzy Logic, vol. 6, pp. 91–114. Springer (2014) 9. : Randomized game semantics for semi-fuzzy quantifiers. Logic Journal of the IGPL 223(3), 413–439 (2014) 10. : Expecting many. In: Proceedings of SALT, vol. 6, pp. 53–68 (2011) 11. : A non-classical logic for physics. Studia Logica 33(4), 397–415 (1974) 12. : A non-classical logic for physics. , Malinkowski, G.

As indicated above, Gl¨ ockner [13] convincingly criticizes this fact and proposes an axiomatic approach that seeks to justify the choice of truth functions for fuzzy quantifiers relative to truth functions for semi-fuzzy quantifiers. While this certainly ameliorates the problem, it does not fully address the challenge to justify the choice of particular families of truth functions with respect to first principles about logical reasoning. (D4) Respecting vagueness specific intensionality: As we will explain in Sections 5 and 6, all current fuzzy models of quantifiers run into troubles if range and scope predicates are vague (type II and type IV quantification).

In correspondence with the analysis given by P. Peterson in [22] they are in FNL modeled as special formulas of fuzzy type theory in a certain extension of the formal theory of evaluative linguistic expressions. Typical elaborated quantifiers are “Most (Almost all, Few, Many) B are A”. The developed model stems from the assumption that intermediate quantifiers are classical general or existential quantifiers for which the universe of quantification is modified and the modification can be imprecise. Intermediate quantifiers occur also in generalized Aristotle syllogisms, for example: Major premise P1 : Almost all employed people have a car PPI-III: Minor premise P2 : Almost all employed people are well situated Conclusion C: Some well situated people have a car Formal validity of more than 120 such syllogisms was already proved.

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