|Fine-grained, logic, philosophy: statements can be be more or less detailed. E.g. the fine-grained statement (x)(y)(x = y > (N(x = x) > N(x = y))) could be displayed in a coarse-grained way as A > B. For the decision of problems the coarse-grained form is often inadequate. See also decidability, possible worlds, situation semantics, possible world semantics, hyperintensionality.|
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fine-grained / Meixner: Terms - coarse-grained: state of affairs: = equilateral equiangular triangle, even the properties are identical, because saturated by the same entities.
Einführung in die Ontologie Darmstadt 2004