Aristotle and the Sea Battle
Anscombe (G.E.M.)
Source: Mind, 65 (1956). Original from … Revised version from "From Parmenides to Wittgenstein. Collected Papers, Vol. 1"
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    This is a discussion of antiphatic statements in aristotle's "de interpretatione", chapter ix. An antiphasis is a pair of propositions in which the same predicate is in one subject affirmed, and in the other denied. The discussion includes considerations of universals1, particulars, futurity, possibility, and actuality. (Staff)

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