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[19] On the other hand, he places the various parts in the regular order in the following instance: “How can it be unjust to kill a robber who lies in wait for his victim?”1 Next comes the reason: “What is the object of our escorts and our swords?” Last comes the conclusion resulting from the major premise and the reason: “Which we certainly should not be permitted to have, if we were absolutely forbidden to use them.”

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1 ib. iv. 10.

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