# Analyt

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historical examples

the phrase μετατιθεμένης τῆς ἀντιφάσεως is determined by a p-ssage in -n-lyt.

aristotle george grote

-n-lyt′ics, the name given by aristotle to his treatises on logic.

chambers’s twentieth century dictionary (part 1 of 4: a-d) various

to the same purpose zabarella expresses himself in an earlier portion of his commentary on the -n-lyt.

aristotle george grote

-n-lytical

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