|Author:||Ramus, Petrus, 1515-1572.|
|Title:||Peter Ramus, his logick in two bookes. Not onely truely translated into English, but also digested into question and answere, for the more easie understanding of all men. By R.F. Gent:|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Peter Ramus, his logick in two bookes. Not onely truely translated into English, but also digested into question and answere, for the more easie understanding of all men. By R.F. Gent:
Ramus, Petrus, 1515-1572., Fage, Robert.
London: printed for Nicholas Vavasour, and are to bee sold at his shop in the Inner Temple, neere the Church-doore, 1636.
|Alternate titles:||Dialectica. English|
Questions and answers -- Logic
TO THE WORSHIP∣FVLL, MY ASSVRED loving Vnkle, Bestney Barker Esquire, at Saint Gilses in Essex.
To the Courteous Reader.
PETER RAMVS to the reader wisheth health.
A TABLE OF THE Chapters in the two books of Peter Ramus his Dialectica.
THE FIRST BOOKE OF PETER RAMVS HIS DIALECTICA of Invention.
CAP. 1. What Dialectica is.
CAP. 2. The parts of Dialectica and kinds of Arguments.
CAP. 3. The Efficient, Procreant, and Conser∣vant Cause.
CAP. 4. The Efficient done and with others.
CAP. 5. The Efficient by it selfe or an Accident
CAP. 6. The Matter.
CAP. 7. The Forme.
CAP. 8. The End.
CAP. 9. The Effects.
CAP. 10. The Subiect.
CAP. 11. The Adiunct.
CAP. 12. Diverses.
CAP. 13. Desperates
Cap. 14. Relates.
CAP. 15. Adverses.
CAP. 16. Contradicents
CAP. 17. Privants.
CAP. 18. Equalls.
CAP. 18. Greaters
CAP. 20. Lessers.
CAP. 21. Likes.
CAP. 22. Dislikes.
CAP. 23. Conjugates.
CAP. 24. Notations.
CAP. 25. Distribution.
CAP. 26. The distribution from the cause.
CAP. 27. The distribution from the effects, also the genus and species.
CAP. 28. Distribution from the subject.
CAP. 29. Distribution from adjuncts.
CAP. 30. Definition.
CAP. 31. Description.
CAP. 32. Divine testimony.
CAP. 33. Testimony from humane law and sentences.
THE SECOND BOOKE OF PETER RAMVS HIS Dialectica of Iudge∣ment.
Cap. 1. What Iudgement is.
CAP. 2. An affirmative or negative Axioma.
Cap. 3. True and False.
CAP. 4. The simple Axioma.
CAP. 5. The copulative axioma.
CAP. 6. The Connexed Axioma.
CAP. 7. The discreet Axioma.
CAP. 8. The disiunct Axioma.
CAP. 9. The Syllogisme and its parts.
CAP. 10. The simple contracted syllogisme.
CAP. 11. The first kinde of the simple ex∣plicated Syllogisme.
CAP. 12. The second kinde of the simple explicate Syllogisme.
CAP. 13. The first connexed Syllogisme.
CAP. 14. The second connexive syllogisme.
CAP 15. The first disjunct syllogisme.
CAP. 16. The second disiunct?
CAP. 17. The onely method according to Aristotle.
CAP. 18. The first illustration of methods by illustra∣tion of artes.
CAP. 19. The second example of methode by example of Poets, Orators, Histriographers.
CAP. 20. The secrets of method.