It was published on February 9, 2018, in the Journal of Applied Non-Classical Logics, the article entitled Society semantics and the logic way to collective intelligence, produced by Professor Mamede Lima-Marques, director-president of the Modal Institute, and by Professor Walter Carnielli, coordinator of the Modal Institute's Laboratory of Logic and Critical Racism. The article was an homage to Luis Fariñas del Cerro for his work on the role of contradictions in computer science.
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The article is about collective intelligence, a phenomenon that flourishes today, with various forms and examples in many areas. The paradigm of logical societies, created by professor Lima-Marques, led to a new notion of distributed semantics, the semantics of society, with theoretical advances in the definition of new forms of semantics with n-values in terms of k-values semantics, for k