The in nite in Aristotle ' s logical epistemology

@inproceedings{Crager2013TheIN,
  title={The in nite in Aristotle ' s logical epistemology},
  author={Adam Crager},
  year={2013}
}
  • Adam Crager
  • Published 2013
First, to say concerning what and of what this investigation is: that it concerns demonstrative-proof [—podeixis ], and is of demonstrative understanding [—podeiktik© e epist© em© e]. 1 1 Introduction Aristotle holds that somebut not alltruths admit of demonstrative-proof [—podeixis ]. That (e.g.) every triangle has internal angles summing to 180 degrees, admits of proof; that (e.g.) Socrates is currently out for a walk does not. Of course, Aristotle will not deny that one might give a sound… CONTINUE READING