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or loosely—since they do not derive their arguments from all things indiscriminately, but from what is inherent in each particular subject, and reason makes it clear that it is impossible to prove anything in any other way1—it is evidently necessary, as has been stated in the Topics,2 to have first on each subject a selection of premises about probabilities and what is most suitable.
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