Authors: Colin James III
We evaluate the existential import of the Revised Modern Square of Opposition. We confirm that the Łukasiewicz syllogistic was intended to apply to all terms. What follows is that Aristotle was mistaken in his mapping of vertices, which we correct and show fidelity to Aristotle's intentions. We also evaluate the Cube of Opposition of Seuren. Two final claims are not tautologous, hence refuting the Cube, which also contradict criticism of Seuren that was not based on those claims.
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