Inferences from hypotheses in Aristotle
 
The article tries to show that the famous syllogismoi ex hypotheseôs in Aristotle's An.pr. I 44 are best not interpreted as some rudimentary propositional logic of hypothetical syllogisms and that they should not even be seen as arguments which exhibit a certain formal feature, but that the passage should be read as a highly intersting piece of pragmatic argumentation theory.   

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