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[86] Some call these arguments derived from causes or efficients by the Greek name ἐκβάσεις that is, results; for in such cases the only point considered is how one thing results from another.

Those arguments which prove the lesser from the greater or the greater from the less or equals from equals are styled apposite or comparative.

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