Dialectical methodology: What is behind the ti esti question? / Vasilis Politis ; Socratic induction in Plato and Aristotle / Hayden W. Ausland ; Aristotle's definition of elenchus in the light of Plato's Sophist / Louis-Andre Dorion ; The Aristotelian elenchus / Robert Bolton ; Aristotle's gradual turn from dialectic

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