Syllogism (auXXofiafM^) seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation — an adding up ; and, like the greater part of the technical terms of Logic in general, was borrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians. This primary meaning of these... The Logic of Sir William Hamilton, Bart - Página 138por Sir William Hamilton - 1865 - 280 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...express the product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form syllogisms. Syllogism (oiAAo-yicr/w) **seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation...mathematicians.* This primary meaning of these two words** Inference. To conclude. Conclusion. To Syllogize. Syllogism. 1 Paradise Lost, v. 486, — " Whence... | |
| Sir William Hamilton - 1860
...means to TO syiioform syllogisms. Syllogism, (cnAXoyicrjuos), seems ori- fyn" 0( 5i» m . ginally, **like ratio, to have denoted a computation, — an...mathematicians/ This primary meaning of these two words** favours the theory of those philosophers who, like Hobbes 7 and Leidenfrost, 5 maintain that all thought... | |
| FRANCIS BOWEN - 1864
...the product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form Syllogisms. Syllogism (cruXXoy 607*09) **seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation,...and, like the greater part of the technical terms** in Logic in general, was borrowed by Aristotle from the. mathematicians. This primary meaning of these... | |
| Francis Bowen - 1864 - 450 páginas
...the product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form Syllogisms. Syllogism (cri/XXoytcr/io?) **seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation,...and, like the greater part of the technical terms** in Logic in general, was borrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians. This primary meaning of these... | |
| 1864
...product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form Syllogisms. Syllogism (o • i»X\o y to-/aos) **•seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a...and, like the greater part of the technical terms** in Logic in general, was borrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians. This primary meaning of these... | |
| Sir William Hamilton - 1866
...process. To syllogise means to TO syiioform syllogisms. Syllogism (cruXXoyioyios) seems origin ally, **like ratio, to have denoted a computation, — an...Logic in general, was borrowed by Aristotle from the** mathematicians.'3 This primary meaning of these two words favours the theory of those philosophers... | |
| Henry Noble Day - 1867 - 237 páginas
...the product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form syllogisms. Syllogism (cruAAoytcr/ios) **seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation...was borrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians.** 2t>AAoyicr/u.ds may, however, be considered as expressing only what the composition of the word denotes... | |
| Henry Noble Day - 1867 - 237 páginas
...syllogisms. Syllogism i0syiiogize (orAAoyicr/xds) seems originally, like ratio, to have Syllogism, **denoted a computation — an adding up ; and, like...was borrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians.** SvAAoytoyxos may, however, be considered as expressing only what the composition of the word denotes... | |
| Francis Bowen - 1874 - 450 páginas
...up, — and, like the greater part of the technical terms in Logic in general, was borrowed ji *~§~ **by Aristotle from the mathematicians. This primary...fact, at bottom, only a calculation, a reckoning.** Sv\\oyicr/jws may, however, be considered as expressing only what the composition of the word denotes,... | |
| James Harmon Hoose - 1879 - 376 páginas
...express the product of the whole process. To syllogize means to form syllogisms. Syllogism (av^JwyionoS) **seems originally, like ratio, to have denoted a computation...part of the technical terms of Logic in general, was** brorrowed by Aristotle from the mathematicians. 2vXhoyi(>/4OS may, however, be considered as expressing... | |
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