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The Post-Art Phase: Logic

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Ramon Llull's list has been arbitrarily divided into three columns to show how in the post-Art phase he feels free to add to the basic components of the Art. In the first column are the usual nine Principles of Figure A; in the second, three components of Figure T; and in the third, four new dignities of "unity", "operation", "perfection", and "substance", to which he even adds "and so on". Llull's contradictory supposition leads him into a syllogism, which in turn introduces the correlatives of "power" as the basis of his Trinitarian proof. So if the foundations of his arguments are familiar, they continue to be structured in the more strictly logical manner characteristic of the post-Art phase.

Keywords: Art; post-Art phase; Ramon Llull



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