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Aristotle - The Organon - index for ANALYTICA PRIORIA Book 1 Part 29

Impossible conclusions and ostensive syllogisms

  
Paragraph 1 Syllogisms which lead to impossible conclusions are similar to ostensive syllogisms;
Paragraph 2 These points will be made clearer by the sequel, when we discuss the reduction to impossibility:
Paragraph 3 Each of the problems then can be proved in the manner described;
Paragraph 4 It is clear then from what has been said not only that all syllogisms can be formed in this way, but also that they cannot be formed in any other.


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