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R, come si è detto nell'introduzione, l'autenticità del trattato non è piu messa seriamente in questione. E si pensa che il rimando ai libri sull'anima costituisca unicamente un rimando generico, quando con il Wl AtTZ non si pensi al De An, III, 6 o come vuole il MAIER al De An, III, 3-8. 5 "È allo stesso modo ... a, una cosa pensata; da distinguere da v6·rv:ns che è l'atto del pensare) è tale che di esso non si può dire che è vero o falso, mentre talaltra è tale da essere necessariamente vero o falso.

IV. 7 "I nomi dunque di per sé... non sono ancora né veri né falsi": tra le cose pensate, i nomi e i verbi, non sono né veri né falsi; Io saranno qualora vengano opportunamente uniti o separati. • "E ciò lo possiamo ... o coniugato secondo un tempo": si specifica che il verbo 'essere' o 'non essere' può essere assunto semplicemente o coniugato secondo un tempo. Vale a dire che tali verbi talora noi li assumiamo senza alcuna determinazione temporale, cioè in quel presente che indica non tanto tempo quanto necessità (come ad es.

388 b). , 16a 19-21). Pure la logica attuale ha preso ilt esame il problema del nome - basta qui citare B. r. (On denoting, "Mind", 14, 1905) e G. ir Phil. und philos. ussell. muti nulla nel contesto. Ora, 'Sir Walter Scott' e 'l'autore del W averley' sono sinonimi e perciò sostituihili. Ma se nella frase 'Giorgio IV domandò una volta se Scott fosse t'autore del W averley' sostituiamo ad 'autore del W averley' il nome 'Sco! t', vediamo che la proposizione 'Giorgio IV domandò una volta se Scott fosse Scott' è falsa.

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