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Aristotelian tradition of science and Aristotelian attitude to world are considered. Some considerations of the relationship between Aristotelian tradition and modal-based logics and between that and many-valued logics are done. Prof. Zadeh's early fuzzy set theory is presented as a special quasi-Boolean algebra. It is shown by examples that Aristotelian tradition of science remains as a part of new tradition of science, and Aristotelian attitude to world is ruined.