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Topic: mnenonics for syllogisms
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DELBECQUE Yannick

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mnenonics for syllogisms
Posted: Feb 29, 1996 4:48 PM
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Did someone here know why those stranges names were given for the differents case of sillogistic figure: babara,
baroco, babieri, etc...

I know they mostly came from the middle-ages logician Peter of Spain, but I do not find anything on the reason
why each particular name were given to each particular type of syllogism.


Yannick Delbecque





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