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When I say All men are animals, I say explain. of the term man coincides with whole extension the that To The Syllogism and Rules. its the extension of the term animal : 35 but not that the whole extension of the term animal coincides with that man. ) Again, if I say No men are cold-blooded, I say that no part of the extension of the term man coincides with any part of Thus generally the extension of the term cold-blooded. an affirmative proposition states that the extensions of two terms coincide either in whole or in part, and a negative proposition asserts that they do not coincide either in negative).
But the general rules for testing arguments must be deferred for another chapter. CHAPTER II. COMPREHENSION AND EXTENSION, AND ANALYTICAL AND SYNTHETICAL PROPOSITIONS. GENERAL names, and this have a meaning, can be into parts. resolved usually meaning as already remarked, Thus, the name Triangle means a figure bounded by three lines, the name Parallelogram a figure bounded by four right lines, consisting of two pairs of parallels, and name Man means an animal with two legs, no tail, and certain other peculiarities of external form which I need not enumerate.
The definition a Triangle but of a Rectilineal- Triangle. ; of a word is and hence tion, * It and is thus merely its its its meaning comprehension, its stated at length, intension, its connota definition are all different more convenient, however, names for the to use the terms Connotation, Com prehension, or Intension for the meaning of a word whether resolvable The connota I accordingly use them in this sense. comprehension, or iniension of any name, thus understood, is the idea which the name stands for.