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Logic

Genealogical tables
applicable to diagrams.
Serves to the
by lines as in a pedigree
have the several propositions as expressed
by a diagram are
expressed one out of
another.

Modes of exposition
marginalized –
Every one requires
exemplification

Definition is an
operation to the
performance of which
according to all
the instances which
the aristotelians
ever give of it
the finding of a word
designative of a
genus which in the
scale of
magnitude shall be
superior to the
definiend.

Status of things
in the absence
of motive:
Motive is serves
real entities.
Justice and
other fictitious
entities can be
expounded in no
other way than
by paraphrases.

Whereof 1 Wherever it is
of importance that
five objects should
be distinguished from
each other be careful
so to order the expression
as to render the description
distinction between them as
it are and therefore the contrast
between them as strong as


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When two objects
belong to the
same scale, the
difference between them
s in degree only.
In that case
what is to be
endeavoured it is
to be understood
is that that which
is considered
considered entitled
to stand at the
higher degree shall not be placed at
any lower degree.

Every each Words treated of
one alone.
Either: each
of the every
Future
Subsequently.

Eadem natura
Eadem nomenclatura
Wherever the same nature
The same nomenclature

By whatever name
an object has
been designated
by that same name
and no other
continued to designate
it, or if on any
account you find
it matter of necessity
or convenience to
employ for that
purpose this or
that other name
take care to give
notice of the change.
2. Whatever be the
object for the designation
of which a
given word has
been employed
employ not that
same word for the
designation of any
other object: unless
so it be, the word
being a generic word


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one, on the first
occasion it was employed
for the designation
of the whole genus
or of one species on
the of other occasion
for the designation
of another species
of the same genus.

(Exemplifications wanted)

Rules of collocation: When the
1. When the clause
to which it is intended
that the
modification should
be considered as
applied is that which
it is intended should
stand before any of
the others to which
it would be capable
of being applied. In
this case put the
modificative clause
before the clause
intended to be modified:
and thus
every modificative
clause or any number
may be made to
precede and by that
means exclusively attach
upon one and the
same modificand.

2. The other expedient
is applicable to all
sorts of cases. It consists
in stowing lodging the
modificative clause in
the belly of the modificand.
By this means
it is to this modificative
clause to the exclusion
of all other modificative
clauses that it will
be found applicable.

In the wording of acts
of parliament and
indeed in discourses
in general this expedient
is pretty generally
employed and that
with manifest great effect


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Between an antecedent substantive
and its article or adjective
or relative be
careful not to interpose
any word capable of
being thought to be
but for a moment
understood or intended
to be taken for the
antecedent of that
same relative.

When of two or more
ideas of the same
proportion the same
sentence or clause, there
is some one to which
whether to the exclu
exclusion or preferrence
to the rest it
is your wish that for
the purpose of its
being impressed into
the mind with a preeminent
degree of force
the attention should be
pointed to it contrive
so to turn the phrase
as that by the word
or words designative
the front of the
sentence shall be
occupied.

Example. When it is by
word of mouth
that the
communication is
made rather than
when the communication
is to be
made by word
of
mouth.

Place not in a strong
light: place not in
an impressive point
of view to two objects
two propositions two
clauses in the same
sentence. For example
a principal proposition
and a modificative
clause which is
employed to modify.

To apply
make application
making use of the corresponding
substantive
noun

Where more than one
modification is introduced
into the belly of a
clause proportional
confusion is the result.


Identifier: | JB/149/231/001
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Date_1

Marginal Summary Numbering

Box

149

Main Headings

language; logic

Folio number

231

Info in main headings field

logic

Image

001

Titles

Category

rudiments sheet (brouillon)

Number of Pages

2

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

Penner

Watermarks

Marginals

Paper Producer

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

50085

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