Re: Do we have proofs that human think in a fuzzy (logic) way?

From: Tcmits1 (tcmits1@cs.com)
Date: Sun Jan 28 2001 - 12:43:36 MET

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    But, since we are discussing human reasoning which does require logical
    paradoxes and incosistencies, that leaves out Bayesian as any use in these
    matters, and so should not be mentioned again. :)

    Josef

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