Amounts of Vagueness, Degrees of Truth
Romerales-Espinosa (Enrique)
Source: Sorites 11, December 1999: 41-65
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    Many theorists think nowadays that vagueness is a widespread phenomenon that affects and infects almost all terms and concepts of our thought and language, and for some philosophers degree of truth theories are the best way to cope with vagueness and sori

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