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ἐπεὶ δὲ ἐνδέχεται] ‘But seeing that besides the (real, genuine) syllogism there may be another, which has only the semblance, not the reality of it; so in the case of the enthymeme, there must necessarily be two corresponding kinds, one real and the other not real, but only apparent, since the enthymeme is a kind of syllogism’, conf. I 1. 11. The enthymeme is a syllogism incomplete in form. See Introd. p. 103, note 1.

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