Re: fuzzy logic on Politically Incorrect?

Stephen Landry (land3902@hgc.edu)
Sat, 31 Jan 1998 16:17:56 +0100 (MET)

On 23 Jan 1998, Gary Brown wrote:

> Darren,
>
> > ... Kosko displayed
> > perfect character and gave thoughtful responses to topics, but was
> > overpowered by the other guests' (and host's) antics.

> > When he tried to inject fuzzy logic into the conversation,
> > the concept was completely missed. The others made a lame mockery of
> > "fuzzy".
>
> I was also disappointed by the airtime heads lack of comprehension.
> And interest. But not surprised.

It seemed like the others were pretending to know what fuzzy logic is --
sort of making up their own definitions. Their heads were probably too
big to admit that they did not have a clue. Unfortunately, they probably
confused most of the audience.

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Stephen A. Landry, M.B.A. Candidate
Rensselaer at Hartford, formerly The Hartford Graduate Center
land3902@mstr.hgc.edu