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Aristotle - The Organon - index for TOPICA Book 2 Part 1

Of problems some are universal, others particular

  
Paragraph 1 Of problems some are universal, others particular.
Paragraph 2 First, then, we must speak of the methods of overthrowing a view universally, because such are common to both universal and particular problems, and because people more usually introduce theses asserting a predicate than denying it, while those who argue with them overthrow it.
Paragraph 3 We must also define the errors that occur in problems.


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