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[22] There is the greatest possible disagreement among writers about this as about everything else, but in this case as elsewhere they seem to me to have been misled by a passion for saying something different from their fellow-teachers. As a result there is still no agreement as to the number and names of bases, nor as to which are general and which special. [p. 421]

To begin with Aristotle1 lays down that there are ten categories on which every question seems to turn.

1 Categ. ii. 7.

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