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Carry a torch

Posted by Rachel on January 06, 2006

Okay, I read all of your previous articles on "carry a torch" I've got it being used differently. Context is talking about Aristotelian syllogism. Then it says "One boy who carried the torch against this was so hot about it that his banner was on high practically all the years of his life. And he had the symbol 'null-A.' And that was Mr. Korzybski. 'Null-A.' His plaintive cry against the universe was: "Why, in the name of God, did anybody ever invent a syllogism!'" (as a note, null-A means non-Aristotelian)