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FUTURE LOGIC 5



10 .  SYLLOGISM: VALIDATIONS. ................................................................................... 51 
1.  Function. ....................................................................................................................... 51 
2.  Methods. ....................................................................................................................... 51 
3.  In Practice. .................................................................................................................... 53 
4.  Derivative Arguments. ................................................................................................. 53 
PART II. MODAL CATEGORICALS. ....................................... 55 
11 .  MODALITY: CATEGORIES AND TYPES. ................................................................ 56 
1.  Seeds of Growth. ........................................................................................................... 56 
2.  Categories of Modality. ................................................................................................ 56 
3.  Types of Modality. ........................................................................................................ 57 
4.  Extensional Modality. .................................................................................................. 58 
5.  Temporal Modality. ...................................................................................................... 59 
6.  Tense and Duration. ..................................................................................................... 60 
7.  Natural Modality. ......................................................................................................... 61 
8.  Other Types. ................................................................................................................. 62 
12 .  SOURCES OF MODALITY. ........................................................................................ 64 
1.  Diversity. ...................................................................................................................... 64 
2.  Time and Change. ........................................................................................................ 65 
3.  Causality. ...................................................................................................................... 65 
13 .  MODAL PROPOSITIONS. .......................................................................................... 67 
1.  Categories and Types. .................................................................................................. 67 
2  List and Notation. ........................................................................................................ 68 
3.  Distributions. ................................................................................................................ 70 
14 .  MODAL OPPOSITIONS AND EDUCTIONS. ............................................................ 71 
1.  Quantification of Oppositions. ..................................................................................... 71 
2.  Basic Intramodal Oppositions. .................................................................................... 72 
3.  Quantified Intramodal Oppositions. ........................................................................... 74 
4.  Intermodal Oppositions. .............................................................................................. 77 
5.  Eductions. ..................................................................................................................... 78 
15 .  MAIN MODAL SYLLOGISMS. ................................................................................... 80 
1.  Valid Modes. ................................................................................................................. 80 
2.  Valid Moods. ................................................................................................................. 80 
3.  Validations. ................................................................................................................... 83 
16 .  OTHER MODAL SYLLOGISMS. ................................................................................ 86 
1.  Secondary Modes. ......................................................................................................... 86 
2.  Mixed Modes. ................................................................................................................ 87 
3.  Summation. .................................................................................................................. 88 
4.  General Principles. ....................................................................................................... 89 
17 .  TRANSITIVE CATEGORICALS. ................................................................................ 91 
1.  Being and Becoming. .................................................................................................... 91 
2.  Various Features. ......................................................................................................... 92 
3.  Various Contrasts......................................................................................................... 93 
4.  Some Syllogisms. .......................................................................................................... 94 
18 .  PERMUTATION. ......................................................................................................... 96 
1.  Two Senses of ‘Is’. ......................................................................................................... 96 
2.  Other Permutations. .................................................................................................... 97 
3.  Verbs. ............................................................................................................................ 97 
4.  ‘As Such’ Subjects ......................................................................................................... 98 
5.  Commutation. ............................................................................................................... 98 
19 .  MORE ABOUT QUANTITY. ..................................................................................... 100 
1.  Substitution. ............................................................................................................... 100 
2.  Comparatives. ............................................................................................................. 101 
3.  Collectives and Collectionals. .................................................................................... 101 
4.  Quantification of Predicate. ....................................................................................... 102 

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