Aristotle - The Organon - index for ANALYTICA PRIORIA Book 1 Part 27

How to reach the principles relative to the problem

Paragraph 1 We must now state how we may ourselves always have a supply of syllogisms in reference to the problem proposed and by what road we may reach the principles relative to the problem:
Paragraph 2 Of all the things which exist some are such that they cannot be predicated of anything else truly and universally, e.g. Cleon and Callias, i.e. the individual and sensible, but other things may be predicated of them (for each of these is both man and animal);
Paragraph 3 We must select the premisses suitable to each problem in this manner:

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