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Table Of Contents

THE SOPHISTICAL REFUTATIONS
NAMING IS NOT LIKE COUNTING
“COUNTERS”
CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION: ARISTOTLE’S USEOFl°xiV
HOMONYMY
Homonymy in the Categories
Homonymy in S.E
AMPHIBOLY
Amphiboly in S.E
Amphiboly Outside the Organon
Problems with Aristotle’s Distinction: The Argument of S.E. 17
INTRODUCTION
FORMOFTHE EXPRESSION ASA CATEGORY MISTAKE
Confusion of Substance with Quantity
Confusion of Substance with Relative
Confusion of Substance with Quality
Confusion of Substance with Time
Confusion of Activity with “Being-Affected”
Confusion of Activity with Quality
FORMOFTHE EXPRESSION FALLACIES THAT ARE NOT CATEGORY MISTAKES
Confusion of a Particular with a Universal
Confusions Based on Gender Terminations
FORMOFTHE EXPRESSIONAND SOLECISM: ARISTOTLEAND PROTAGORAS
FORMOFTHE EXPRESSION ASA LINGUISTIC FALLACYOF DOUBLE MEANING
FALLACIES DUETO ACCENT
FALLACIES DUETO COMPOSITIONAND DIVISION (C/D)
C/D Fallacies Are Not Examples of Double Meaning
The Primacy of Oral Speech
Further Examples
Confusing Linguistic Parts and Wholes
C/D Fallacies in the Rhetoric
PRINCIPLESOF ARISTOTELIAN ANALYTICAL METHOD
TWO KINDSOF RESOLUTION
THE PRINCIPLEOF PARSIMONY
PROPER REFUTATIONSAND THEIR DEFECTS: IGNORATIO ELENCHI
RESOLUTIONSOF FALLACIES DUETO LANGUAGE
How These Fallacies Violate the Definition of a Refutation
The Unity of Composition and Division: S.E. 23
THE FALLACYOF BEGGINGTHE QUESTION
Begging the Question in the Prior Analytics
Begging the Question in Dialectical Reasoning
Begging the Question and Immediate Inferences
RESOLUTIONS
THE FALLACYOF TREATINGA NON-CAUSE AS CAUSE
FALLACIES DUETO ACCIDENTAND THEIR RESOLUTIONS
FALSE RESOLUTIONSTO FALLACIES DUETO ACCIDENT
False Resolutions by Appeal to Linguistic Equivocation
False Resolutions by Appeal to Oblique Context
False Resolutions by Citing Missing Qualifications
FALLACIES DUETO CONSEQUENT
Introduction
Aristotle’s Examples
TWO TYPESOF SECUNDUM QUID FALLACY
RESOLUTIONSOF SECUNDUM QUID FALLACIES
PROBLEMSWITH ARISTOTLE’S POSITION
DISJUNCTIVEAND CONJUNCTIVE PREMISES
Disjunctive Premises
Conjunctive Premises
RESOLUTIONSOF FALLACIES DUETO MANY QUESTIONS
HOMONYMYAND AMPHIBOLY AS CASESOF MANY QUESTIONS
de Interpretatione 5
de Interpretatione 8 and 11
Conclusion and Summary
Notes
Bibliography
Index of Names
Subject Index
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