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2) Let x, y, z ∈ X be such that ρC (x, y) > 0, ρC (y, z) > 0. By condition α, C(1{x,y,z} ) ∩ 1{x,z} ⊆ C(1{x,z} ). Thus (i) if C(1{x,y,z} )(x) > 0, then C(1{x,z} )(x) > 0 by condition α. (ii) Suppose C(1{x,y,z} )(y) > 0. Then C(1{x,y} )(y) > 0 by condition α. Hence by condition β, C(1{x,y} ) ⊆ C(1{x,y,z} ). Since C(1{x,y} )(x) = ρC (x, y) > 0, C(1{x,y,z} )(x) > 0. Thus by (i), C(1{y,z} )(x) > 0. Suppose C(1{x,y,z} )(z) > 0. Then by condition α, C(1{y,z} )(z) > 0. By condition β, C(1{y,z} ) ⊆ C(1{x,y,z} ) and so C(1{x,y,z} )(y) > 0 since C(1{y,z} )(y) = ρC (y, z) > 0.

The desired result now follows since ρC (x, w) = tx,w if ρ(w, x) > ρ(x, w) and ρ(x, w) > ρ(w, x) ⇔ ρC (x, w) > ρC (w, x). 6 Let C be a fuzzy choice function on X and let ρ ∈ FR(X). Suppose ρ rationalizes C. Then ∀x ∈ X, ρC (x, x) = 1. Recall that in the crisp case, condition α requires that if an alternative x is chosen from a set T and S is a subset of T containing x, then x should still be chosen. 7 Let C be a fuzzy choice function on X. Then C is said to satisfy condition α if ∀µ, ν ∈ FP ∗ (X), µ ⊆ ν implies C(ν) ∩ µ ⊆ C(µ).

Then C is said to be full rational if C = G( , ρ) for some reflexive, max-∗ transitive, and strongly total fuzzy preference relation ρ. 22 Let C be a fuzzy choice function on a fuzzy choice space (X, B). Then C is said to satisfy the fuzzy Arrow axiom FAA if for all µ1 , µ2 ∈ B and for all x ∈ X, I(µ1 , µ2 ) ∗ µ1 (x) ∗ C(µ2 )(x) ≤ E(µ1 ∩ C(µ2 ), C(µ1 )). 23 (Georgescu [24]) If C : B → FP(X) is a fuzzy choice function, then the following statements are equivalent: (1) C is full rational; (2) C satisfies F AA.