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I don't write any code. I have always used EasyWebEditor, which changes PDF into code for me, and lays the site out the way I select.
I want to perpetuate the site after I am no longer here, and I cannot find a webhost willing to talk about longer than five years or so.
It occurs to me that there must be a way to put the site into a conventional form of the type that people who code use, and that if I had that, I could put it on the site and offer it as a download to anyone interested in perpetuating it should it disappear.
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The fallacy itself is very easy to understand, but the term "undistributed middle" is very confusing and eludes understanding. I think this is part of the reason that the fallacy is encountered so frequently.
All cats have tails.
Dumbo the elephant has a tail.
Therefore, Dumbo the elephant is a cat.
This is MaP, SaP, SaM.
The "a" proposition it mimics is MaP, SaM, SaP, which goes like this:
All cats have tails.
Felix is a cat.
Therefore Felix has a tail.
The middle term in MaP, SaM, SaP is cat.
A logical fallacy site we googled says that the middle term is the one that does not appear in the conclusion, so in our undistributed middle example, the middle term would be "has a tail".
According to Wikipedia, the middle term is the one that appears in both premises. Perhaps the meaning of "middle" shifts, and in the case of the undistributed middle we are not necessarily speaking of the classic "M" of MaP, SaM, SaP, but of the common term, which is the "P" term, "have tails".
I cannot understand in what sense, in the case of "all cats have tails, Dumbo the elephant has a tail, Dumbo the elephant is a cat", the term "has a tail" is "undistributed". What do you mean, "undistributed"? Can anyone explain in what sense the term is undistributed?
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