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Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 10

1. In the second figure, however, if the privative proposition is necessary, the conclusion also will be necessary; but if the categoric proposition is necessary,…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 09

1. It also sometimes happens that one of the propositions being necessary, a necessary syllogism will be produced, yet not of either proposition casually, but…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 08

1. Since, however, to exist, to exist from necessity, and to exist contingently, are different; (for many things exist, indeed, yet not from necessity, but…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 07

1. It is likewise manifest, that in all the figures, when a syllogism is not produced, both the terms being categoric or privative, and particular,…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 05

Translated by Thomas Taylor; adapted for study by William C. Michael. 1. But when the same thing, that is, the middle term, is partly present…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 04

Translation by Thomas Taylor; adapted for study by William C. Michael. All rights reserved. 1. These things being determined, let us now show through what…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 03

1. The like also will take place in necessary propositions; for a universal privative is universally converted. But each of affirmative propositions is converted according…

Aristotle, Prior Analytics. Book I, Chapter 02

Translated by Thomas Taylor; adapted for study by William C. Michael. 1. Since, however, every proposition is either of that which is simply present, or…

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