Aristotle - The Organon - index for DE SOPHISTICIS ELENCHIS Section 3 Part 24

Dealing with arguments which depend on accident

Paragraph 1 In dealing with arguments that depend on Accident, one and the same solution meets all cases.
Paragraph 2 Some solve these refutations by demolishing the original proposition asked:
Paragraph 3 A like mistake to that of those whom we have mentioned is that of those who solve the proof that every number is a small number:
Paragraph 4 Some people also use the principle of ambiguity to solve the aforesaid reasonings, e.g. the proof that 'X is your father', or 'son', or 'slave'.
Paragraph 5 There is also the proof that 'something "of evils" is good';

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