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Organon  (1853) 
by Aristotle, translated by Octavius Freire Owen

BOHN'S CLASSICAL LIBRARY.


the

ORGANON, OR LOGICAL TREATISES,

of

ARISTOTLE.

THE


ORGANON, OR LOGICAL TREATISES,

OF

ARISTOTLE.

WITH

THE INTRODUCTION OF PORPHYRY.


LITERALLY TRANSLATED, WITH NOTES, SYLLOGISTIC EXAMPLES,

ANALYSIS, AND INTRODUCTION.


BY

OCTAVIUS FREIRE OWEN, M. A.

OF CHRIST CHURCH, OXFORD. RECTOR OF BURSTOW, SURREY; AND

DOMESTIC CHAPLAIN TO THE DUKE OF PORTLAND.


IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.



LONDON:

HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.

MDCCCLIII.

JOHN CHILDS AND SON, BUNGAY.


Chapters (not listed in original)

Introductioniii
Categories 1
On Interpretation 46
Prior Analytics
-Book 180
-Book 2175
The Posterior Analytics
-Book 1244
-Book 2316
Topics
-Book 1357
-Book 2384
-Book 3405
-Book 4419
-Book 5442
-Book 6469
-Book 7502
-Book 8512
The Sophistical Elenchi540
The Introduction of Porphyry609
Categories
Analysis of Aristotle's Organon634

Index726


ERRATA.


Page 219, line 2, in head of chapter xvii., for an account read on account

Page 273, in marginal note 4, for Instance of a syllogistic argument read Instance of asyllogistic argument, i. e. not syllogistic

Page 594, at head of chapter xxv., for from what is simply read from what is not simply

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