By George Hugh Smith
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Terms, notion, concept, and in Logic, the thought, are be regarded to as used in a secondary or derived sense, as denoting the common notions, concepts, and thoughts of mankind embodied in words. Hence the things or significates denoted by abstract and other universal terms have in fact a kind of existence outside of any and all individual minds; which, as opposed to substantial, may be called /. e,, they exist in the word /^^/(;<^/ existence (logos), and their existence is as real and of ; precisely the same nature as that of the which they are an essential part.
LOGIC 28 term, ** The Science of the Term, the Proposi- * and the Syllogism, the relation of species and genus between the subject and the predicate will be at once perceived. ,** is a species or kind of ** the Science of Language,** and hence ** Logic is tion, ' a species or kind (/. ** And a branch) of the Science so we may not be able to perceive from a mere comparison of the terms that ** the Thracians were barbarians,** but by comparing these terms with the middle term, apparent for, ex vi termini^ diW' Nat-Greeks'' were barbarians.
But this part of my essay will be abbreviated to the utmost extent conof the elementary principles sistent with this object; that is to say, I will try to include everything essential to the under- standing of the rudiments of Logic, but nothing more. If I should fail in this, and anything necessary should be omitted, the defect may be readily obviated by reference to the work of Whately, who, among elementary writers, may be regarded (in any true sense of the word) as the last of the logicians.
Logic : or the Analytic of Explicit Reasoning (1901) by George Hugh Smith