Aristotle - The Organon - index for DE SOPHISTICIS ELENCHIS Section 2 Part 14


Paragraph 1 We have said before what kind of thing 'solecism' is.
Paragraph 2 Almost all apparent solecisms depend upon the word 'this' (τόδε) and upon occasions when the inflection denotes neither a masculine nor a feminine object but a neuter.
Paragraph 3 It is clear, then, that for solecisms we must try to construct our argument out of the aforesaid inflections.
Paragraph 4 These, then, are the types of contentious arguments, and the subdivisions of those types, and the methods for conducting them aforesaid.

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