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by L. J. Potts,Aristotle
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The Topics (Greek: Τοπικά; Latin: Topica) is the name given to one of Aristotle's six works on logic collectively known as the Organon. The treatise presents the art of dialectic - the invention and discovery of arguments in which the propositions rest upon commonly held opinions or endoxa (ἔνδοξα in Greek). Topoi (τόποι) are "places" from which such arguments can be discovered or invented.
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which is regarded by Aristotle as a creative force with a direction in itself. musical and verbal arts. Both the Rhetoric and the Poetics can be considered. to be expansions of this view.
How we measure 'reads'. which is regarded by Aristotle as a creative force with a direction in itself. Similarly, every element in Nature has its own place and its own. internal purpose, including poetry. Poetry may have its own internal laws, but.