We propose a new definition of the representation theorem for many-valued logics, with modal operators as well, and define the stronger relationship between algebraic models of a given logic and relational structures used to define the Kripke possible-world semantics for it. Such a new framework offers a new semantics for many-valued logics based on the truth-invariance entailment. Consequently, it is substantially different from current definitions based on a matrix with a designated subset of logic values, used for the satisfaction relation, often difficult to fix. In the case when the many-valued modal logics are based on the set of truth-values that are complete distributive lattices we obtain a compact autoreferential Kripke-style canonical representation. The Kripke-style semantics for this subclass of modal logics have the joint-irreducible subset of the carrier set of many-valued algebras as set of possible worlds. A significant member of this subclass is the paraconsistent fuzzy logic extended by new logic values in order to also deal with incomplete and inconsistent information. This new theory is applied for the case of autoepistemic intuitionistic many-valued logic, based on Belnap's 4-valued bilattice, as a minimal extension of classical logic used to manage incomplete and inconsistent information as well.Comment: 19 page
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