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‘Signs (except τεκμήρια), and enthymemes stated or expressed by (i. e. derived from, founded on) signs, are always liable to refutation, even though they be true and genuine, bona fide, (ὑπάρχοντα, really there, in existence; not imaginary or fictitious,) as was stated at the commencement of this work (I 2. 18, λυτὸν δὲ καὶ τοῦτο, this as well as the first, κἂν ἀληθὲς ᾖ): ‘for that no sign can be thrown into the regular syllogistic form is clear to us from the Analytics’. Anal. Pr. II 27. Introd. pp. 162, 3. It wants the universal major premiss, except in the single case of the τεκμήριον.
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