La logica stoica

Pisa: Edizioni ETS. Edited by Enrico Moriconi (2017)
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Logic was understood by the Stoics in a broad sense, as the doctrine that included analysis of the forms of argumentation, rhetoric, theory of concepts and propositions, epistemology, and philosophy of language. The distinguishing characteristic of Stoic logic is the fact that it is fundamentally a logic of propositions, unlike the logic of terms belonging to the Aristotelian tradition. This study offers a new treatment of Stoic logic, in which the various topics are retraced and critically assessed.



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