(64) Next, in order to establish what everything … (1) Let any given term be analysed into … parts, i.e. let there be a definition of … seek a definition of everything', [from Aristotle, Metaphysics, 1048a 36-37], and these … by analogy. (65) (2) Let all the first … convenient for them to be numbered … (68) (5) Terms which are derived by com2nation … [sic] can only … terms are designated by numbers, let there be … [p. 6] [G., IV, 71-73] (88) Let there be, therefore, a … or, contiguous. 5. Disjoined, or, distant. 6. Extremity, … 8. Included … 9. Part. 10. Whole. … Class II. … 2. 'Outline' is 6.10. [An 'outline' is the whole extremity.] III. 1. 'Interval' … [An 'interval' is the whole space between.] …
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