many-valued logic


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many-valued logic

n
(Logic)
a. the study of logical systems in which the truth-values that a proposition may have are not restricted to two, representing only truth and falsity
b. such a logical system
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His topics include rationalism and irrationalism in Poland, the rise of many-valued logic in Poland, formal metaphilosophy in Finland, an introduction to the history of epistemology, and Polish logic.
A different path taken in the attempt to avoid the paradox leads to the embrace of many-valued logic.
Korzybski refers often in Science and Sanity to the "logic of probability," "the many-valued logic," "the mathematical theory of probability," the "'intuitional' formalism" and "the restricted semantic school" of the Lwow-Warsaw school of mathematical logic and analytical philosophy which flourished during 1895-1939.
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