Aristotle - The Organon - index for DE SOPHISTICIS ELENCHIS Section 2 Part 13

Making someone babble

Paragraph 1 Paradoxes, then, you should seek to elicit by means of these common-place rules.
Paragraph 2 All arguments of this kind occur in dealing (1) with any relative terms which not only have relative genera, but are also themselves relative, and are rendered in relation to one and the same thing, as e.g. conation is conation for something, and desire is desire of something, and double is double of something, i.e. double of half:
Paragraph 3 People sometimes appear to produce this result, without really producing it, because they do not add the question whether the expression 'double', just by itself, has any meaning or no, and if so, whether it has the same meaning, or a different one;

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