Definitions for organonˈɔr gəˌnɒn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
or•ga•nonˈɔr gəˌnɒn(n.)(pl.)-na; -nons.
an instrument of thought or knowledge.
a system of rules or principles of demonstration or investigation.
Origin of organon:
1580–90; < Gk órganon; see organ
a system of principles for philosophic or scientific investigations; an instrument for acquiring knowledge
A set of principles that are used in science or philosophy.
The name given by Aristotle's followers to his six works on logic.
the standard collection of the works of Aristotelian logic
Origin: From ὄργανον.
The Organon is the standard collection of Aristotle's six works on logic. The name Organon was given by Aristotle's followers, the Peripatetics. They are as follows: ⁕Categories ⁕On Interpretation ⁕Prior Analytics ⁕Posterior Analytics ⁕Topics ⁕Sophistical Refutations
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a term adopted by Bacon to denote a system of rules for the regulation of scientific inquiry.
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