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The assertoric syllogism Paul Thom
The first figure a a a Barbara e e Celarent i i Darii Ferio o A B C
The second figure Cesare Camestres Festino Baroco e a e a e i o o C A B
The third figure Darapti Felapton Disamis Datisi Bocardo Ferison a a e io i i o B A C
Direct Reduction of the second figure to the first Problem: Under what condition can this transformation be made? C A B
Indirect reduction of the second figure to the first Problem: Under what condition can this transformation be made? C A B
Reduction of Baroco by exposition D Problem: Under what condition can this transformation be made? C A B a e e a o o
Direct Reduction of the third figure to the first B A C
Indirect reduction of the third figure to the first B A C
Reduction of Bocardo by exposition B A C a o a o D e a
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