This is what I have to say:
- Without a theory such as fuzzy and rough logic and set theory it may not be possible -- I suspect it may be impossible in principle -- to explain how human beings manage to classify many matters and events in a useful and productive way, in a way that does not always end in disaster or catastrophe.
- If fuzzy logic is an "error," I suspect it is an "error" of enormous theoretical importance. I suspect most of us do not yet understand fuzzy logic well enough to even begin to explain how and why current formulations and interpretations of fuzzy logic "go wrong." If fuzzy logic does go wrong, it may go wrong roughly in the way that classical Newtonian mechanics goes wrong in comparison with relativistic mechanics.
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