Ancient Formal Logic by Innocentius Marie Bochenski

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9. 60. * 9. 61. * 9. 62. * 9. 63. * 9. 64. Later on he noted that in the first figure we may also have: * 9. 65. * 9. 66. SeM. SeM. PoS (Fapesmo) 38 (Frisesomorum) 38 and more siniilar laws by use of 9. 41-43. This last rule is not applied in detail by Aristotle, who states only three laws: 23 We give also the usual scholastic names (due t o Peter of Spain). An. Pr. A 4, 25 b 378. - 25 ib. 408. - 28 An. Pr. A 4, 26 a 23g. - 27 ib. 258. - 28 An. Pr. 5, 27 a 58. - 29 ib. 9-14. - 30 ib. 32f. - 31ib.

60. * 9. 61. * 9. 62. * 9. 63. * 9. 64. Later on he noted that in the first figure we may also have: * 9. 65. * 9. 66. SeM. SeM. PoS (Fapesmo) 38 (Frisesomorum) 38 and more siniilar laws by use of 9. 41-43. This last rule is not applied in detail by Aristotle, who states only three laws: 23 We give also the usual scholastic names (due t o Peter of Spain). An. Pr. A 4, 25 b 378. - 25 ib. 408. - 28 An. Pr. A 4, 26 a 23g. - 27 ib. 258. - 28 An. Pr. 5, 27 a 58. - 29 ib. 9-14. - 30 ib. 32f. - 31ib. 37f.

43 An. Pr. A 45, 50 b 5fl. 10. Modal Logic The theory of modal sentences and syllogisms is the most developed and at the same time the most refined logical doctrine of Aristotle. It seems to be the last logical invention of the Logician, as it is both uncompleted in details and corresponds to Aristotle’s o w n philosophy (which, as we know, deals not only with necessary fwta as that of Plato, but with contingent ones). This theory, well-known and developed during the Middle Ages, was later almost completely misunderstood until A.

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