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errors in Traditional Logic I?

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    errors in Traditional Logic I?

    I believe I have found some errors in the Traditional Logic text:

    1. On page 26, shouldn't the second complete sentence read " Logical supposition occurs when a term refers to something as it exists mentally" rather than " it exists logically"

    2. On the same page, the last sentence before the summary should read "We are using the term man really" instead of "materially"

    3. In the summaries on page 54-55 and on page 65, the Laws of Opposition are repeatedly called "Rules" If I understand the text corectly, the various "Rules" define the different kinds of opposition, while the "Laws" tell what we can know about the relative truth and falsity of the opposing statements.

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