Non-standard categorical syllogisms: four that leibniz forgot

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In his Mathesis rationis Leibniz discounted out of hand four categorical propositions that would have considerably broadened the resultant syllogistic logic. He did this despite the facts both that he had devised a suitable manner for expressing the latent quantification over terms, and that he had reasoned adequately to determine which of the syllogisms in the resulting broadened logic were valid. Leibniz's reasons for discounting these non-standard propositions are shown to be inadequate, and the resultant syllogistic logic is outlined
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Joseph R. Shoenfield (1967). Mathematical Logic. Reading, Mass.,Addison-Wesley Pub. Co..
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