Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 77 (1):271-294 (2021)

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Marco Antonio De Zingano
University of São Paulo
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This paper proposes a new reading of Nicomachean Ethics I 2 1094a18-22 with a view to solving the problem that the argument this passage contains would be invalid because it apparently commits a quantifier shift to reach its conclusion. On the reading advocated in this paper, no fallacy is committed, and the argument is sound provided one reads the conclusion at 1094a21-22 in the way the manuscript Marcianus 213 invites us to do. Grammatical considerations are produced to shore up the logical validity of the argument.
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DOI 10.17990/rpf/2021_77_1_0271
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