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[95] I think I should also add that arguments are drawn not merely from admitted facts, but from fictitious suppositions, which the Greeks style καθ᾽ ὑπόθεσιν and that this latter type of argument falls into all the same divisions as those which I have [p. 255] mentioned above, since there may be as many species of fictitious arguments as there are of true arguments.

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