traditional logic

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traditional logic

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(Philosophy) the logic of the Late Middle Ages, derived from Aristotelian logic, and concerned esp with the study of syllogism
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for all] A,B)(A [contains] (B [contains] A)) as Frege understood sentences as names of truth values and the system in GgA is a term logic, in which every term, including sentences, names an object).
So, if buying low and selling high isn't rocket science why doesn't everyone see the short term logic in buying regularly for the medium term now?
Certainly he does recognize the priority of general rules, but these rules include the intrinsic Topics, and his discussion of natural and accidental inferences betrays a strong dependence on term logic together with a reluctance to make a sharp distinction between analyzed and non-analyzed propositions.