Logics
LOGICS, or the Consideration of IDEAS or NOTIONS;
Their Kinds, Simple, Complex, Adequate, &c.
Disposition, into Classes or Categories, Predicaments, Predicates, &c.
Their Composition, or Association into Axioms, Propositions, Problems, Theorems, Theses, Hypotheses. Arguments, as Syllogism, Enthymeme, Sorites, Sophism, Dilemma, Crocodilus. &c.
Their Resolution, Definition, Division, &c.
into Premisses, Censequences, Terms, &c.
Their Truth, Falhood, Evidence, Demonstration, &c.
Operations therewith, as Argumentation, Induction, Discoursing, Philosophizing, &c.
Disputation, Distinction, Contradiction, Reductio ad absurdum, &c.

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