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by Plato and Aristotle are still of prime concern, and every critic who has
attempted to justify the social value of literature has had to come to terms with the
opposing argument made by Plato in The Republic. The poet as a man and
poetry as a ...
In Aristotle, the discussion of the syntactical and semantical features of language
constituted a preamble to his syllogistic. Following Plato, he distinguished
between nouns and verbs and regarded them as essential parts of a proposition;
Important The most important features of Aristotle's presentation features of of
syllogistic are the following: First, he gave his syllo- Aristotle's gisms the form of
direct principles of logic and not the syllogistic form of inferences or inference ...
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