The square of opposition is a diagram representing the relations between four propositions or four concepts.The origin of the square can be traced back to Aristotle making the distinction between two oppositions: contradiction and contrariety.But Aristotle did not draw any diagram. This was done several centuries laters by Apuleius and Boethius.
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