Classificatory Sorites, Probabilistic Supervenience, and Rule-Making

4 Feb 2015Damir D. DzhafarovEhtibar N. Dzhafarov

We view sorites in terms of stimuli acting upon a system and evoking this system's responses. Supervenience of responses on stimuli implies that they either lack tolerance (i.e., they change in every vicinity of some of the stimuli), or stimuli are not always connectable by finite chains of stimuli in which successive members are `very similar'... (read more)

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