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review µ Περὶ Ἑρμηνείας ì First we must define the terms ‘noun’ and ‘verb’ then the terms ‘denial’ and ‘affirmation’ then ‘proposition’ and ‘sentence’Spoken words are the symbols of mental experience and written words are the symbols of spoken words Just as all men have not the same writing so all men haFirst we must define the terms ‘noun’ and ‘verb’ then the terms ‘denial’ and ‘affirmation’ then ‘proposition’ and ‘sentence’Spoken words are the symbols of mental experience and written words are the symbols of spoken words Just as all men have not the same writing so all men have not the same speech sounds but the mental experiences which these directly symbolize are. My basic takeawa

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The same for all as also are those things of which our experiences are the images This matter has however been discussed in my treatise about the soul for it belongs to an investigation distinct from that which lies before usAs there are in the mind thoughts which do not involve truth or falsity and also those which must be either true or false so it is in speech For truth and falsity imply c. If Aristotle see

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Περὶ ἙρμηνείαςOmbination and separation Nouns and verbs provided nothing is added are like thoughts without combination or separation; ‘man’ and ‘white’ as isolated terms are not yet either true or false In proof of this consider the word ‘goat stag’ It has significance but there is no truth or falsity about it unless ‘is’ or ‘is not’ is added either in the present or in some other tens. Note I read Edge