However, I think because Aristotelian logic allows for only ONE value at a
time -- if it is A then it is A, i.e., it is 100% A and 0% ~A -- that
Aristotelian logic is actually * monovalent.*
Fuzzy logic is bivalent because it allows for an array of degrees between
TWO values, and teach degree occupies these two values at the same to a
different degree relative to the others, unlike Aristotelian logic which
occupies only one value at a time.
I think Aristotelian logic is monovalent, and fuzzy logic is bivalent with
an array of degrees between the two values. Do you agree ?