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Lexical Grecisms (Not Included In The Glossaries Of This Book) Having Greek Equivalents In David's Other Treatises

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This appendix section contains examples of grammatical and lexical grecisms that occur in this book David the Invincible Commentary on Aristotle's Prior Analytics. The book explains the beginning of the Prior Analytics, once again connecting his remarks with the 'aim' and 'usefulness' and afterwards suggesting four solutions to the question why Aristotle, when saying, "we must determine the meaning of 'premiss' and 'term'and 'syllogism'" placed term between premiss and syllogism.

Keywords: Aristotle; David; lexical grecisms



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