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This bibliography section of Theophrastus of Eresus: Sources for His Life, Writings Thought and Influence: Commentary Volume 2 Logic presents a list of reference articles and books. Theophrastus introduced a number of innovations into Peripatetic logic, sometimes independently but, in the case of modal logic, working with his colleague Eudemus. Mostly he followed in the footsteps of Aristotle; but in places he was critical of Aristotle, as in modal logic, and in others he added to what Aristotle had done, as on hypothetical syllogisms.

Keywords: hypothetical syllogisms; modal logic; Peripatetic logic; Theophrastus of Eresus



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