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‘Of enthymemes namely there are two kinds: for some undertake to shew that something is, or is not, so and so—direct proof; the establishment of a proposition, affirmative or negative—others are refutative; and these differ just like refutation and syllogism in dialectics’. On this and the next section see Introd. pp. 262, 3, and the notes.

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