Aristotle - The Organon - index for TOPICA Book 2 Part 3

Attributions to terms used in several senses

Paragraph 1 Moreover, if a term be used in several senses, and it has been laid down that it is or that it is not an attribute of S, you should show your case of one of its several senses, if you cannot show it of both.
Paragraph 2 If, again, the variety of meanings of a term be obvious, distinguish how many meanings it has before proceeding either to demolish or to establish it:
Paragraph 3 Again, consider those expressions whose meanings are many, but differ not by way of ambiguity of a term, but in some other way:

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