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A new approach, i.e. the view through the fuzzy normal forms is presented that differs from previous approaches. The authors' concern is based on the fact that the implication as well as other connectives are linguistic entities that are inescapably associated with fuzziness. They are interested in the manner in which they introduce, or rather, add fuzziness into the statement in which they are included. New insight is brought into the structure of the `generalized modus ponens by their representation'.