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The trivium : the liberal arts of logic, grammar, and rhetoric : understanding the nature and function of language / by Sister Miriam Joseph ; edited by Marguerite McGlinn. [print]

By: Miriam Joseph, Sister, 1898-1982 [author]Contributor(s): McGlinn, MargueriteMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Paul Dry Books, (c)2002. Description: xi, 292 pages ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0967967503; 9780967967509; 1589880137; 9781589880139Subject(s): English language -- Rhetoric | English language -- Grammar | Reading comprehension | Language and logic | Critical thinkingLOC classification: PE1408.M478.T758 2002COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
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The liberal arts ; The nature and function of language ; General grammar ; Terms and their grammatical equivalents: definition and division ; Propositions and their grammatical expression ; Relations of simple propositions ; The simple syllogism ; Relations of hypothetical and disjunctive propositions ; Fallacies ; A brief summary of induction ; Composition and reading.
Summary: Offers a detailed overview of logic, grammar, and rhetoric, discussing general grammar, propositions, syllogisms, enthymemes, fallacies, poetics, figurative language, and metrical discourse.
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Non-fiction PE1408.M478.T758 2002 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001736327

Originally published: South Bend, Indiana : McClave Print. Company, 1948.

The liberal arts ; The nature and function of language ; General grammar ; Terms and their grammatical equivalents: definition and division ; Propositions and their grammatical expression ; Relations of simple propositions ; The simple syllogism ; Relations of hypothetical and disjunctive propositions ; Fallacies ; A brief summary of induction ; Composition and reading.

Offers a detailed overview of logic, grammar, and rhetoric, discussing general grammar, propositions, syllogisms, enthymemes, fallacies, poetics, figurative language, and metrical discourse.

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