By J. H. Davenport

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The extent of a symbol, term or token understood as the community of entities that fall under this symbol, term or token, has been understood as a concept. Concepts serve as building blocks for knowledge. The notion of knowledge is many–faceted and diﬃcult to be deﬁned precisely and uniquely and it is used very frequently without any attempt at deﬁnition as a notion that explains per se. We follow J. M. Boche´ nski [4] in claiming that the world is a system of states of things, related to themselves by means of the network of relations; things, their features, relations among them and states are reﬂected in knowledge: things in objects or notions, features and relations in notions (or, concepts), states of things in sentences.

II, LNCS 5150, pp. 30–45, 2008. ” The extent of a symbol, term or token understood as the community of entities that fall under this symbol, term or token, has been understood as a concept. Concepts serve as building blocks for knowledge. The notion of knowledge is many–faceted and diﬃcult to be deﬁned precisely and uniquely and it is used very frequently without any attempt at deﬁnition as a notion that explains per se. We follow J. M. Boche´ nski [4] in claiming that the world is a system of states of things, related to themselves by means of the network of relations; things, their features, relations among them and states are reﬂected in knowledge: things in objects or notions, features and relations in notions (or, concepts), states of things in sentences.

Proposition 3. For entity xε I(C), if y ingπ x and zε μ(y, r), then zε μ(x, r). Proof. Assume that y ingπ x and zε μ(y, r). By RM1, yε μ(x, 1) which along with zε μ(y, r) yields zε μ(x, r) by RM2. Thus, belonging to the concept of being part to a degree r is upper–hereditary with respect to the relation of ingredient. In this very general setting, a few interesting speciﬁc and expressive properties of granules can be proved. In particular, the intuitively posing itself idea that granules have a topological character of neighborhoods would require a demonstration.