By Soren Stenlund
The purpose of this monograph is to offer a number of the simple rules and leads to natural combinatory common sense and their purposes to a couple themes in evidence conception, and in addition to provide a few paintings of my very own. a few of the fabric in bankruptcy 1 and three has already seemed in my notes advent to Combinatory common sense. it seems that the following in revised shape because the presentation in my notes is wrong in different respects.
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Chapter i: Significant Utterances 27 the world: things are combined in a certain way, and the true affirmation asserts truly that they are so combined. A false affirmation asserts the combination of things which are in fact divided. Similarly, if things are divided, a true statement about them will be a negation, asserting that they are separated, and a false statement the affirmation which falsely asserts their combination. Truth consists in correctly matching combination and division in thought or utterance with the combination and division in things.
Thus, blood is made up of earth and water, and this accounts for its heat (Meteorologv 389b7 off. We see here a theory closely parallel to the theory of compound words. In both cases, the constituents of the compound have their own independent existence when found in separation.
Indeed, the introduction of the adverb only rendered the text liable to other interpretations besides the traditional one, as we see from the fact that the interpretations of Kretzmann and of Belardi rely on adopting one of the adverbial readings. Even if we were to grant what they ask, and agree to read one of the adverbs instead of the genitive plural, the interpretation of Ammonius would still be possible, and preferable n L. Minio-Paluello, Ariaotelis Categorise et liber De Inlerpretatione (Oxford, 1949)s See Kretzmann, 'Aristotle on Spoken Sounds', 18, n.