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‘Let us now speak of enthymemes in general, that is, of the mode of looking for them, and next their (principal) τόποι’ (general heads of enthymemes, arguments or inferences; a classification of cases to which orators may refer for appropriate arguments in any particular case which they have to argue: in c. 23); ‘for each of these is (of) a different kind’. On which Schrader, “ratio seligendi enthymemata differt a locis ipsis. Quomodo aliud est argenti fodina, aliud argentum investigandi et explorandi modus.”
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