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The Logic and Utility of Mathematics: With the Best Methods of Instruction ... - Σελίδα 71
των Charles Davies - 1850 - 375 σελίδες
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Introduction to logic, from dr. Whately's 'Elements of logic'.

Samuel Hinds (bp. of Norwich.), Richard Whately (abp. of Dublin.) - 1827
...application of which every valid argument is, in reality, an instance, is, " that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...predicated, in like manner, (viz. affirmed or denied) of anything comprehended in that class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum de omni et...

Introduction to logic, from dr. Whately's 'Elements of logic'.

Samuel Hinds (bp. of Norwich.), Richard Whately (abp. of Dublin.) - 1827
...application of which every valid argument is, in reality, an instance, is, " that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...predicated, in like manner, (viz. affirmed or denied) of anything comprehended in that class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum de omni et...

Elements of Logic

Richard Whately - 1831 - 392 σελίδες
...application of which, every valid argument is in reality an instance, is, " that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum de omni et nullo, for the establishment of which we are indebted to Aristotle, and which is...

Elements of Logic: Compromising the Substance of the Article in the ...

Richard Whately - 1832 - 335 σελίδες
...of which, every valid argument is in reality an instance, is, '• that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum de omni et nullo, for the establishment of which we are indebted to Aristotle, and which is...

Logic: or, The art of reasoning simplified. With exercises on a variety of ...

S. E. Parker - 1837 - 328 σελίδες
...of the syllogism, we are indebted to ARISTOTLE : it may be thus expressed. " Whatever is predicated, affirmed or denied, universally, of any class of things, may be predicated in like manner, affirmed or denied, of any thing comprehended in that class." As a frequent reference to this principle...

Remarks on mathematical or demonstrative reasoning:its connexion with logic ...

Edward Tagart - 1837 - 135 σελίδες
...of the true syllogism, he says there is this maxim resulting from it, " that whatever is predicated universally of any class of things, may be predicated in like manner of any thing comprehended in that class," — the celebrated principle called the dictum de omni et...

Logic; or, The art of reasoning simplified

Samuel E. Parker - 1838
...of the syllogism, we are indebted to ARISTOTLE : it may be thus expressed. " Whatever is predicated, affirmed or denied, universally, of any class of things, may be predicated in like manner, affirmed or denied, of any thing comprehended in that class." As a frequent reference to this principle...

Elements of Logic: Comprising the Substance of the Article in the ...

Richard Whately - 1840 - 452 σελίδες
...application of which, every valid argument is in reality an instance, is, " that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum de omni et nullo, for the establishment of which we are indebted to Aristotle, and which is...

A guide to forming and conducting lyceums, debating societies, &c: with ...

Charles Morley - 1841 - 102 σελίδες
...Conclusion; The sensualist is not a freeman. Extremes. Aristotle's rule. — Whatever is predicated, affirmed, or denied universally, of any class of things, may be predicated in like manner, affirmed or denied, of any thing comprehended in that class. SUMMARY OF FALLACIES IN ARGUMENT. GENUS...

Logic

Richard Whately - 1849 - 112 σελίδες
...application of which every valid argument is in reality an instance, is, " that whatever is predicated (ie affirmed or denied) universally, of any class of things,...class." This is the principle, commonly called the dictum deomni & nullo, for the establishment of which we are indebted to Aristotle, and which is the...




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