Sophistic refutations

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The sophistic refutations (Latin: De sophisticis elenchis, gr: Περὶ σοφιστικῶν ἐλέγχων ) of Aristotle form the last writing of the Organon and as an appendix the ninth book of the writing Topik . Together with the topic, it is probably an early writing. It discusses the various sophistic fallacies that Aristotle probably already knew from Plato's Academy .

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