Dialectic and Indirect Proof

The Monist 74 (3):422-437 (1991)
Contends that Hegel's reconstruction of valid logic leads to a conception of indirect proof and syllogisms. Clarification of the concept of indirect proof; Reference to previous papers on the subject; Indirect proof as the natural form of deduction
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