In article <email@example.com>, Robert Dodier writes:
> Consider the mayor of Ashtabula. Let A = "mayor's right eye is blue".
> Let B = "mayor's left eye is blue". Let B' = "mayor's left eye is brown".
> What do you suppose is the truth value of A B ? What about A B' ?
Maybe I'm missing something here.
Could you again, with rigorous logical notation, state this problem,
and point out the difference with two-valued logic?
> The difficulty is that rules of the kind applied in fuzzy logic
> ignore relations between the elements of a compound proposition.
What about two-valued logic?
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