256 0 obj 341 0 obj 157 0 obj To think this would be to wrongly blame Aristotle for the authority his teachings subsequently had bestowed upon them. 289 0 obj (\376\377\000A\000r\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s\000\040\000T\000a\000u\000t\000o\000l\000o\000g\000o\000u\000s\000?) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.3.1) >> Aristóteles ha pasado a la historia, entre otros cosas, como el primer sistematizador de la lógica. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.5.2) >> 328 0 obj 141 0 obj INTRODUCTION 179 2. endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.7.3) >> endobj 329 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.8) >> %PDF-1.3 endobj endobj 281 0 obj %���� Aristotle treats some argument forms as valid that we would not today, and it doesn’t include argument forms that we would recognize as valid. 57 0 obj 8 0 obj (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.8.1) >> endobj endobj Año académico. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.5) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.2.1) >> endobj (\376\377\000N\000a\000i\000v\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000t\000e\000r\000p\000r\000e\000t\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n\000\040\000i\000n\000\040\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000C\000a\000l\000c\000u\000l\000u\000s) 277 0 obj The goal of this paper is to present a new reconstruction of Aristotle’s assertoric logic as he develops it in Prior Analytics, Book A1-7. Aristotle’s logic. 161 0 obj 325 0 obj endobj 197 0 obj La lógica aristotélica. endobj endobj endobj 308 0 obj Nevertheless, it is doubtful whether they are the crucial feature in vir - tue of which the Prior Analytics marks the beginning of formal logic. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.8.2) >> endobj endobj Aristotle created logic and developed it to a level of great sophistication. 89 0 obj View Aristotle_Believed_in_Logic_Isidore_in_G.pdf from RELIGION 101 at University of Nairobi. 72 0 obj endobj Osama Mahmood |1 Aristotle Believed in Logic; Isidore in God A comparison of their approaches to 265 0 obj endobj 269 0 obj 252 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.6.5) >> These appear very confusing to the modern reader- even to professional philosophers. endobj endobj endobj endobj 304 0 obj 12 0 obj (\376\377\000L\000a\000w\000s\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000I\000m\000m\000e\000d\000i\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e) Aristotle’s logic compared to contemporary logic To one trained in post-Fregean first-order logic (quantification theory), Aristotle’s syllogistic may seem a narrow, barren, and stultifying theory. endobj 196 0 obj endobj endobj (\376\377\000I\000n\000t\000r\000o\000d\000u\000c\000t\000i\000o\000n) endobj 152 0 obj 208 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) 164 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.2) >> 293 0 obj 353 0 obj << endobj endobj More well-known developments are merely mentioned in order to make room to focus on issues at the center of attention from the beginning: existential import and, more generally, the analysis of categorical propositions. endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000L\000a\000w\000s\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000I\000m\000m\000e\000d\000i\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.5) >> 2 0 obj endobj endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000G\000r\000i\000c\000e\000/\000C\000o\000d\000e\000/\000S\000p\000e\000r\000a\000n\000z\000a\000\040\000F\000o\000r\000m\000u\000l\000a\000e) 25 0 obj 13 0 obj endobj 2018/2019 (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) 105 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0002\000\040) 56 0 obj 153 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0001\000\040) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.5.1) >> endobj 309 0 obj 85 0 obj It did not always hold this position: in the Hellenistic period, Stoic logic, and in particular the work of Chrysippus, took pride of place. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.7.5) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.2.2) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.7.1) >> 324 0 obj The oldest textual square in its actual shape is the one attributed to Apuleius, about ve hundred years later, even if he does not mention endobj :��g����(ٵ,�ǃ)�ׄq��e����)�U���#(�D��c����sa��A�7+���ƴ�>AM��/M�4�@-�Q&1�j�;g�?��9��$�h1�g-�]�(�Ƥ4\9����v����0u�Khx�E-u��K�1[���2�ʔ�ܡE�hϘ-�y�����f�q�Ix,�3|�쥰\ 301 0 obj 76 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.8.4) >> endobj (4) ARISTOTLE We will only be directly interested here in Aristotle’s ideas on ’physics’, and his related views on metaphysics and logic. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.3) >> Your already know the following notion. %��������� endobj 64 0 obj endobj 48 0 obj Aristotelian logic is powerful and remained the dominant system of logic taught in the universities for 2400 years. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.6) >> 173 0 obj 156 0 obj De hecho, sus propuestas en este campo, junto a las aportaciones de los estoicos, han constituido prácticamente toda la lógica hasta el siglo XIX. (\376\377\000S\000o\000m\000e\000\040\000C\000o\000m\000m\000e\000n\000t\000s\000\040\000o\000n\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000C\000o\000n\000j\000e\000c\000t\000u\000r\000e\000s) 316 0 obj Aristotle Metaphysics . endobj endobj (\376\377\000S\000o\000m\000e\000\040\000A\000c\000c\000i\000d\000e\000n\000t\000a\000l\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) 97 0 obj 288 0 obj A syllogism is called valid if the conclusion follows logically from the premises in the sense of Chapter 2: whatever we take the real << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.3.4.2) >> 125 0 obj 213 0 obj endobj endobj endobj 100 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0005\000\040) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.8.5) >> Los textos que estudiaremos con mayor profundidad son los siguientes: Ética a Nicómaco, libros I, II, IV, VI y X; Política, libros I —capítulos 1 y 2—, libro III —capítulos 7 a 9— y libro IV 108 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.4) >> What we call today Aristotelian logic, Aristotle himself would have labelled analytics.The term logic he reserved to mean dialectics. 300 0 obj 176 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000o\000v\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000t\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) Este representa un objeto en la mente del hombre de manera que no pueda ser af… 32 0 obj endobj endobj Aristotle's logical work is collected in the six texts that are collectively known as the Organon.Two of these texts in particular, namely the Prior Analytics and De Interpretatione, contain the heart of Aristotle's treatment of judgements and formal inference, and it is principally this part of Aristotle's works that is about term logic. << /S /GoTo /D (section*.90) >> endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.2) >> 124 0 obj x��]K��Fr�ׯ@��mF���~�'J����. (\376\377\000C\000o\000n\000v\000e\000r\000s\000i\000o\000n\000s) 261 0 obj endobj 204 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) 88 0 obj x�uSM��0��W��#�oDZˉ]��"�Uo�!M�4�M��e���.��=y2���fޘ�P�^�7λ킬�����l��S���@i� �����ǩ��`�ͻ9C�r�ڮ�a��1���r. endobj endobj 44 0 obj endobj The Complete Works of Aristotle.Artistotle lived from 384-322 BCE. (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000q\000u\000a\000r\000e\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000O\000p\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n) endobj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) 117 0 obj 1 0 obj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.9) >> 149 0 obj endobj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (section.2) >> A revised version of the author’s Göttingen doctoral dissertation, this book is as much an independent essay in modal logic as it is an interpretation of Aristotle’s modal syllogistic. endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.9) >> endobj Aristotles logic, especially his theory of the syllogism, has had an unparalleled influence on the history of Western thought. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.5.3) >> '��؃�`����c�{g�� *�QE�B �o���YY�?��WT2TFTֻ�kS�꿪m��׽���J�����~�x���_+�U�R���Ch#\��!���'��ޛj�T�rWIu����0����S�&���j�~���a�To��V�� �[s����� ��(n�%���}i�?W�p�1\��DOp�o6���Ȓ�ii�7� �:QFNTkÃЇ��q}h����e���GG����ݶ�~y��'���� oZ�8���Tβ+�xh�9[#N[]*����"��Mɽ'���}ξ����FH�-ٗ�R6�\�'�[�� * Profesor de la Universidad Pedagógica Nacional. endobj (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) (\376\377\000O\000n\000t\000o\000l\000o\000g\000i\000c\000a\000l\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000e\000m\000s) 69 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.11) >> Richard Patterson develops three striking theses in this book. 337 0 obj endobj - 1978 - Review of Metaphysics 32 (2):350-351. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.5) >> (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000m\000e\000t\000a\000p\000\040) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.7) >> 116 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000a\000r\000i\000s\000c\000a\000t\000\040) 37 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.3) >> (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) endobj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.8) >> << /S /GoTo /D [350 0 R /Fit ] >> (\376\377\000E\000x\000i\000s\000t\000e\000n\000t\000i\000a\000l\000\040\000I\000m\000p\000o\000r\000t\000\040\000i\000n\000\040\000A\000f\000f\000i\000r\000m\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n\000s) endobj /Filter /FlateDecode Adrian Peñaranda. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.1) >> 248 0 obj 9 0 obj 336 0 obj 17 0 obj 109 0 obj 285 0 obj endobj endobj This book is an introduction to logic for students of contemporary philosophy. History of logic - History of logic - Aristotle: Only fragments of the work of these thinkers are relevant to what is now considered logic. Aristotle's Modal Logic presents a new interpretation of Aristotle's logic by arguing that a proper understanding of the system depends on an appreciation of its connection to his metaphysics. 268 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000P\000r\000o\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n\000a\000l\000\040\000I\000n\000t\000e\000r\000p\000r\000e\000t\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.5.4) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.3) >> endobj endobj << /Length 1 0 R /Filter /FlateDecode >> (\376\377\000R\000e\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e\000s\000\040\000t\000o\000\040\000P\000l\000a\000t\000o) 140 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000a\000r\000t\000i\000a\000l\000\040\000D\000e\000f\000i\000n\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n\000s) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.5.11.1) >> (\376\377\000C\000o\000n\000c\000l\000u\000s\000i\000o\000n\000s) >> endobj endobj 332 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.5) >> 348 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.6.4) >> << /S /GoTo /D (section.6) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.2) >> However, in later antiquity, following the work of Aristotelian Commentators, Aristotles logic became dominant, and Aristotelian logic was what was transmitted to the Arabic and the Latin medieval traditions, while the works of Chrysippus have not survived. endobj There was nothing there before; and it took more than two millennia for something better to come around. 137 0 obj 292 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000q\000u\000a\000r\000e\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000O\000p\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n) (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0004\000\040) �� R�����.��"S,��ꯅ��� ��i @*�#��ȿN�)�������e�b��[�)�5��ܻ�WׇuH�?jX�y�:%�1���-�O� �܈��R�Z;��u��"����~��Hŭ4'. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.2) >> endobj 333 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000o\000v\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000t\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.1) >> (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000L\000a\000w\000s\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000I\000m\000m\000e\000d\000i\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e) 20 0 obj Clearly, Aristotle’s schematic letters are a very useful and important piece of notation. 53 0 obj 93 0 obj (\376\377\000M\000o\000d\000a\000l\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) 216 0 obj endobj endobj 184 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) Aristotle‘s logic covers Aristotle’s understanding of how to reason as well as his understanding of what the various disciplines are and how they work.Aristotle’s logic is closely connected to his metaphysics, his understanding of human nature and his understanding of knowledge. endobj Aristotle’s diagram is completed in its actual shape by the ancient commentators of Aristotle’s logic, in particular those who follow the treatise Peri Hermeneias (later Latinized by De Interpretatione). 136 0 obj 228 0 obj Aristotle & Logic: Syllogism & Inductive Reasoning Syllogistic logic and inductive logic are key forms of persuasion in the Ethics. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.6.3) >> endobj THE METHOD OF ANALYSIS 180 The objects of philosophical analysis 180 Three levels of analysis 181 The idea of a complete analysis 183 The need for a further kind of analysis 184 Possible-worlds analysis 185 Degrees of analytical knowledge 187 3. (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000q\000u\000a\000r\000e\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000O\000p\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n) All that remains of his analytics are the Organon. endobj Although Plato used dialectic as both a method of reasoning and a means of philosophical training, Aristotle established a system of rules and strategies for such reasoning. 240 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s\000\040\000f\000o\000r\000\040\000E\000s\000s\000e\000n\000t\000i\000a\000l\000\040\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) endobj endobj endobj endobj 169 0 obj 350 BC METAPHYSICS by Aristotle translated by W. D. Ross Book I 1 ALL men by nature desire to know. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.6.2) >> The point of logic … endobj endobj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.5.5) >> (\376\377\000P\000r\000o\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n\000a\000l\000\040\000O\000p\000e\000r\000a\000t\000o\000r\000s) endobj 344 0 obj 245 0 obj (\376\377\000Q\000u\000a\000n\000t\000i\000f\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000m\000o\000d\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000\040) (\376\377\000G\000r\000i\000c\000e\000\040\000a\000n\000d\000\040\000C\000o\000d\000e) 16 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (section.1) >> (\376\377\000F\000o\000r\000m\000a\000l\000\040\000P\000r\000i\000n\000c\000i\000p\000l\000e\000s) Kant on Proving Aristotle’s Logic as Complete - Volume 21 Issue 1 - Huaping Lu-Adler Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. endobj endobj gbustamante@pedagogica.edu.co Artículo recibido el 4 de marzo de 2008 y aprobado el 12 de mayo de 2008 folios • Segunda época • … 77 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (section.5) >> << /S /GoTo /D (section*.91) >> 321 0 obj 61 0 obj 244 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000l\000a\000t\000o\000n\000i\000c\000\040\000P\000r\000i\000n\000c\000i\000p\000l\000e\000s\000\040\000a\000n\000d\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000e\000m\000s) He was a Greek philosopher and is often referred to as the “first teacher” or the very “first true scientist.” His works cover a number of topics from politics, philosophy, metaphysics, logic, ethics, biology and more. GA}i������1�[ endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.2) >> 168 0 obj 133 0 obj 60 0 obj [REVIEW] D. J. endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.6) >> endobj Aristotle was both a metaphysician and the inventor of formal logic, in- cluding the logic of possibility and necessity. Principles of identity, non contradiction and the third one excluded; logic, argumentation. (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) El elemento básico es el término o concepto. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.9) >> Parte muy importante para el examen de la asignatura. 317 0 obj endobj endobj endobj (\376\377\000E\000x\000i\000s\000t\000e\000n\000t\000i\000a\000l\000\040\000I\000m\000p\000o\000r\000t\000\040\000i\000n\000\040\000U\000n\000i\000v\000e\000r\000s\000a\000l\000s) 212 0 obj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.4) >> endobj 320 0 obj endobj endobj All the black symbols on your computer screen make a class, and so do all your fingernails. Aristotle, both in relation to their contribution generally to the areas of interest, philosophical logic, semantics and metaphysics, and also more speci cally in relation to the extent to which these philosophers laid the ground for the distinction which was later expressed in Hume’s fork. 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It covers i) basic approaches to logic, including proof theory and especially model theory, ii) extensions of standard logic (such as modal logic) that are important in philosophy, and iii) some elementary philosophy of logic. endobj 220 0 obj 172 0 obj endobj Aristotle believed that the four causes are essential in the existence and nature of all things. endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.3.4.3) >> endobj endobj 45 0 obj 68 0 obj The systematic study of logic seems to have been undertaken first by Aristotle. 296 0 obj Recommend Documents. 80 0 obj The four causes apply clearly tomachines built by man. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.8) >> 52 0 obj 233 0 obj 312 0 obj 128 0 obj (\376\377\000B\000i\000b\000l\000i\000o\000g\000r\000a\000p\000h\000y) As forthings that appear to arise by pure chance, Aristotle believed that there must likewise be four causes of which we may not be unaware. 21 0 obj endobj 237 0 obj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (section.4) >> endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.10) >> 84 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000L\000a\000w\000s\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000I\000m\000m\000e\000d\000i\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e) Aristóteles ´(PDF) - Apuntes 1. endobj Aspects of Aristotle’s Logic. << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.3) >> endobj endobj endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0006\000\040) (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000l\000i\000m\000i\000n\000a\000r\000i\000e\000s) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.3.4.1) >> endobj stream Aristotle placed all learning into three categories–theoretical, practical, and productive–and logic did not fall into any of these. endobj stream (\376\377\000M\000e\000t\000a\000p\000h\000y\000s\000i\000c\000s\000\040\000\050\000I\000I\000\051) I endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.8) >> 24 0 obj 229 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.1) >> 253 0 obj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.2.1) >> endobj 112 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.6.1) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.4) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.4) >> 264 0 obj endobj 273 0 obj Universidad. endobj 260 0 obj endobj endobj But as a theory of deductive reasoning it has important limitations. endobj 5 0 obj This unique … endobj DOWNLOAD .PDF. (\376\377\000C\000a\000t\000e\000g\000o\000r\000i\000e\000s) 132 0 obj 121 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.3) >> (\376\377\000J\000u\000d\000g\000e\000m\000e\000n\000t\000s) endobj (\376\377\000I\000n\000t\000e\000r\000p\000r\000e\000t\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n\000\040\000i\000n\000\040\000S\000e\000t\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y) 205 0 obj [] Most of Aristotle’s work is probably not authentic, since it was most likely edited by students and later lecturers[] The order in which the books were written is not certain endobj 257 0 obj 236 0 obj endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.7) >> The question of the origins of logic as a formal discipline is of special interest to the historian of physics since it represents a turning inward to examine the very nature of reasoning and the relationship between thought and reality. endobj endobj The astonishment experienced by readers of the Prior Analytics, the most important of Aristotle's works that present the discipline, is comparable to that of an explorer discovering a cathedral in a desert. endobj 165 0 obj Asignatura. << /S /GoTo /D (section.3) >> But this is not so. 104 0 obj endobj However the historical importance of Aristotle’s views cannot be … THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF LOGIC 175 THE SCIENCE OF LOGIC: AN OVERVIEW 179 1. endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000P\000r\000i\000n\000c\000i\000p\000l\000e\000s\000\040\000i\000n\000\040\000H\000O\000L) endobj 305 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000q\000u\000a\000r\000e\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000O\000p\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n) endobj La lógica aristotélica supone que la mente reproduce sólo la realidad, la existencia de las cosas tal y como son, por ello es una ciencia objetiva que se dedica a estudiar conceptos, desglosándolos en predicables y predicamentos. 276 0 obj endobj 201 0 obj 349 0 obj endobj 232 0 obj endobj 192 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000L\000a\000w\000s\000\040\000o\000f\000\040\000I\000m\000m\000e\000d\000i\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000I\000n\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e) Download Aristotle Logic and metaphysics PDF eBook Aristotle Logic and metaphysics ARISTOTLE LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS EBOO... 0 downloads 65 Views 26KB Size. 81 0 obj 209 0 obj endobj endobj endobj 96 0 obj endobj /Length 532 [��M{�>���� endobj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000s\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\0003\000\040) �`�X~E4�=�+�cW��Ygg"�W��p��ۼˮT9����Z�/�Z��@����;�GiO��Q��IqX��]��o��N�G�YQY�3����� 7s༐� ����x�x��(��M��}mˆ#��w�r�:�b�ȑM���M"r�5�������E,? 120 0 obj endobj Aristotle's Logic of Classes A class is any collection, group, or set. endobj Suppose for a moment that Aristotle had used these letters in formulating some of his topoi in the Topics. endobj endobj 345 0 obj endobj 297 0 obj ��J r~�XxCԟ&�+1���(X�8A%X���Is��^C�H����U�@�xSK�m�zBs�:��T=9�s�6[k���$��V� �^Q?am�#�\�!�4��0R9�l��=�O�ɳ!灷BN�S�1�̟�f!��u{��酽�AJ�2�M���W$e�� endobj endobj 181 0 obj 113 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000L\000i\000s\000t\000i\000n\000g\000s) 144 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.6) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.7.2) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.2.3) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.3.2) >> << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.1) >> (\376\377\000C\000o\000m\000m\000o\000n\000\040\000M\000a\000t\000e\000r\000i\000a\000l) 4�yjPc�O�SDd�7���fb�^UF�|H�������Uk_��0x�GA�f�����P�h9xy')����MsI��5������y��T�*���nu�F8���of2��������r��~����B,G@���0M�$W���4o���İJ�@�����Ocr��! 145 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000o\000r\000y\000\040\000g\000c\000c\000o\000n\000\040) endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.9.4) >> endobj 148 0 obj 188 0 obj 92 0 obj La lógica analiza juicios y formas de razonamiento y su manera de expresar resultados es el silogismo o razonamiento deductivo categórico. << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.10) >> endobj endobj endobj Rather, Aristotle saw logic as a tool that underlay knowledge of all kinds, and he undertook its study because he believed it to be a necessary first step for learning. endobj Aristóteles Tratados de lógica (Órganon) I Categorías - Tópicos - Sobre las refutaciones sofísticas Biblioteca Clásica Gredos - 051 ePub r1.0 193 0 obj endobj 4 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.8.3) >> (\376\377\000D\000e\000m\000o\000n\000s\000t\000r\000a\000t\000i\000v\000e\000\040\000T\000r\000u\000t\000h) 36 0 obj 101 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.6) >> 29 0 obj (\376\377\000M\000o\000d\000a\000l\000\040\000C\000o\000n\000v\000e\000r\000s\000i\000o\000n\000s) 280 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.10) >> 241 0 obj 225 0 obj 177 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.A.7) >> endobj (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) Teoría de la Literatura (35664) Subido por. 42 02 ARISTÓTELES j 2.1 Introducción: textos del autor Al igual que Platón, Aristóteles representa uno de los pilares de la filosofía occidental. 33 0 obj 73 0 obj (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000O\000r\000g\000a\000n\000o\000n) endobj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000i\000o\000n) (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000d\000i\000c\000a\000t\000e\000\040\000C\000a\000l\000c\000u\000l\000u\000s\000\040\000W\000i\000t\000h\000o\000u\000t\000\040\000E\000m\000p\000t\000y\000\040\000T\000e\000r\000m\000s) (\376\377\000T\000o\000t\000a\000l\000\040\000D\000e\000f\000i\000n\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n\000s) 224 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000l\000u\000d\000e) (\376\377\000G\000e\000n\000e\000r\000a\000t\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) According to Aristotle, scientific knowledge "starts from what is already known...[and] proceeds sometimes through induction and sometimes by syllogism" (VI.3 p. 140). 65 0 obj 189 0 obj 200 0 obj n�N�ت�e���*Z.�iTl�ZpK׫{(D2�+o ��f�?����f"��ϝ�l��@b�����U� gT�}:О�8;�ξ�)C<>����O'�����z�����!�x���ߡ+�b�8RI ���?2J�\�H ��m�=�c�ˢ�y �n��Ms��)$8��$�l�f�w��lP�pS6�u7�-��w��t�/����F4�i#m�_i p��w��5���ɡQz���~=!R���7���)�\�%7Z%�l����Ms_��2h���&��C�Ԕ2e4�4O����_ˈUE�)����������q-#H(vۖ=��j�r%[k�SF����\����-&�v���L~3�i/���6ӳ�MK�T�YZ����t���Spϼlg����vP҈Oo�$�`̀����ɥ��Cf� EEaݷͮٮKI�\�ၵ4���ɕBgANhE�troo�x��4�"���Dx5K"&�w��}�HZ^� endobj ���% %���.��i=pF90�l�&�^f��fq��4``c�R�{{*r�\E@M�s��H+��L`����O�]�%����z�O��� ,�e1�3�B�AɧA�gRD�j��R��B"Mm�8b�����Gvvr`�5��������P�A�m-i+ϻf|~�����SG !�U����x�T���l 221 0 obj 249 0 obj (\376\377\000P\000r\000e\000l\000i\000m\000i\000n\000a\000r\000y\000\040\000F\000o\000r\000m\000a\000l\000i\000t\000i\000e\000s) << /S /GoTo /D (subsubsection.4.7.4) >> 49 0 obj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.5.7) >> (\376\377\000G\000e\000n\000e\000r\000a\000l\000\040\000R\000e\000s\000u\000l\000t\000s) << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.1) >> endobj endobj endobj (\376\377\000S\000e\000m\000a\000n\000t\000i\000c\000s) (\376\377\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000V\000a\000l\000i\000d\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) (\376\377\000G\000e\000n\000e\000r\000a\000t\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000T\000h\000e\000\040\000P\000r\000o\000p\000o\000s\000i\000t\000i\000o\000n\000s) endobj %PDF-1.4 << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.3.9) >> 217 0 obj 41 0 obj (\376\377\000G\000e\000n\000e\000r\000a\000t\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000t\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) Aristotle's system. endobj << /S /GoTo /D (subsection.4.5) >> endobj 313 0 obj (\376\377\000M\000e\000t\000a\000p\000h\000y\000s\000i\000c\000s\000\040\000\050\000I\000\051) 129 0 obj 272 0 obj You could even mentally collect these two classes into the combination class of both kinds of things, although that would be a very odd class. 180 0 obj (\376\377\000O\000t\000h\000e\000r\000\040\000C\000o\000n\000v\000e\000r\000s\000i\000o\000n\000s) << /S /GoTo /D (section.7) >> (\376\377\000P\000o\000s\000t\000s\000c\000r\000i\000p\000t) 284 0 obj Aristotle’s Demonstrative Logic.pdf - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. 40 0 obj endobj (\376\377\000P\000r\000o\000v\000i\000n\000g\000\040\000t\000h\000e\000\040\000S\000y\000l\000l\000o\000g\000i\000s\000m\000s) endobj endobj 160 0 obj (\376\377\000A\000r\000i\000s\000t\000o\000t\000e\000l\000i\000a\000n\000\040\000R\000e\000f\000e\000r\000e\000n\000c\000e\000s) 28 0 obj
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