Aristotle - The Organon - index for DE INTERPRETATIONE Book 1 Part 2


Paragraph 1 By a noun we mean a sound significant by convention, which has no reference to time, and of which no part is significant apart from the rest.
Paragraph 2 The limitation 'by convention' was introduced because nothing is by nature a noun or name - it is only so when it becomes a symbol;
Paragraph 3 The expression 'not-man' is not a noun.
Paragraph 4 The expressions 'of Philo', 'to Philo', and so on, constitute not nouns, but cases of a noun.

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