Aristotle - The Organon - index for DE INTERPRETATIONE Book 1 Part 5

Simple and composite propositions

Paragraph 1 The first class of simple propositions is the simple affirmation, the next, the simple denial;
Paragraph 2 Every proposition must contain a verb or the tense of a verb.
Paragraph 3 We call those propositions single which indicate a single fact, or the conjunction of the parts of which results in unity:
Paragraph 4 Let us, moreover, consent to call a noun or a verb an expression only, and not a proposition, since it is not possible for a man to speak in this way when he is expressing something, in such a way as to make a statement, whether his utterance is an answer to a question or an act of his own initiation.
Paragraph 5 To return:

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