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[17] Let us now endeavor to find topics about enthymemes in general in another way, noting in passing1 those which are refutative and those which are demonstrative, and those of apparent enthymemes, which are not really enthymemes, since they are not syllogisms. After this has been made clear, we will settle the question of solutions and objections, and whence they must be derived to refute enthymemes.

1 Or, “noting in addition” (Victorius); or, “pointing out, side by side” (Jebb).

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