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transformation rule. This method makes no difference to the theorems that can be

derived; but in some branches of logic (though not in PC), it is simpler to work

with

transformation rule. This method makes no difference to the theorems that can be

derived; but in some branches of logic (though not in PC), it is simpler to work

with

**axiom**schemata rather than with particular**axioms**and substitution rules.Page 259

Any one of the syllogisms Ferio, Cesare, Dimaris, Fre- sison, or Camenes,

however, could, taken as an

also take Barbara and Celarent, as Aristotle did, as

C2.

Any one of the syllogisms Ferio, Cesare, Dimaris, Fre- sison, or Camenes,

however, could, taken as an

**axiom**, repair the ... two (A and /), the logician couldalso take Barbara and Celarent, as Aristotle did, as

**axioms**together with CI andC2.

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This article is divided into the following sections: History and nature of

measurement theory 692

geometry ...

This article is divided into the following sections: History and nature of

measurement theory 692

**Axiomatic**basis of measurement 693**Axioms**of order**Axioms**of extension**Axioms**of difference**Axioms**of conjointness**Axioms**ofgeometry ...

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