Set Theory and Logic


Neutrosophic Diagram and Classes of Neutrosophic Paradoxes

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

These paradoxes are called "neutrosophic" since they are based on indeterminacy (or neutrality, i.e. neither true nor false), which is the third component in neutrosophic logic. We generalize the Venn Diagram to a Neutrosophic Diagram, which deals with vague, inexact, ambiguous, illdefined ideas, statements, notions, entities with unclear borders. We define the neutrosophic truth table and introduce two neutrosophic operators (neuterization and antonymization operators) give many classes of neutrosophic paradoxes.

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[v1] 3 Apr 2010
[v2] 22 Apr 2010

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