| Henry Aldrich - Logic - 1857 - 80 pages
...three kinds, necessary, impossible, contingent : tJie universal affirmative proposition is typified **by A ; the universal negative by E ; the particular affirmative by I** ; the particular negative by O ; according to the verses, Assent A ; -iieyat E : universaliter amlae.... | |
| Sir William Hamilton - Logic - 1860
...together, Propositions are designated by the vowels A, E, I, O. The Universal Affirmative are denoted **by A ; the Universal Negative by E ; the Particular Affirmative by I;** the Particular Negative by O. To aid the memory, these distinctions have been comprehended in the following... | |
| Samuel Orchart Beeton - 1861
...propositions are usually designated by the vowela A, E, I, O. The universal Affirmative are denoted **by A, the Universal Negative by E, the Particular...Affirmative by I, and the Particular Negative by O.** Or, to employ the mnemonic lines of Petras Hispanos ; Atterit A, ntgat B, ted vnivertaliter ambte ;... | |
| Christian Brothers - Philosophy - 1893 - 538 pages
...first and third, the second and fourth, subalterns. Representing the universal affirmative proposition **by A, the universal negative by E, the particular...affirmative by I, and the particular negative by O,** we have the following diagram : CONTHARIES B \7 I , I 8UBCONTRATUES O 38. Neither contrary nor con/radictor,/propositio... | |
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