# Analyt

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Historical *Examples*

The phrase μετατιθεμένης τῆς ἀντιφάσεως is determined by a passage in analyt.

Aristotle George Grote

analyt′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 analyt.

Aristotle George Grote

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