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### Literary usage of Obverting

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**1.** *An Introductory Logic* by James Edwin Creighton (1909)

"... non-S.' This may be obtained by **obverting** the result obtained in the last
paragraph, ' all bodies that do not revolve around the sun are non- planets. ..."**2.** *A Manual of Logic* by James Welton (1896)

"I) by contra- positing the major premise and **obverting** the minor. Thus :— PaM
MeP SoM SiM .:Sof SoP A comparison of the diagrams shows that the SM in that ..."**3.** *Practical Logic, Or, The Art of Thinking: A Text-book for Schools and Colleges* by Daniel Seely Gregory (1881)

"**obverting** the predicate, this becomes: No x is not-y; No men are not-angels.
Changing the quality of the judgment from negative to affirmative, ..."**4.** *The Monist* by Hegeler Institute (1905)

"The analogous theorem in plane geometry is proved by **obverting** one of the ...
What would happen is simply this : By **obverting** one of the pyramids in the ..."**5.** *Studies and Exercises in Formal Logic: Including a Generalization of Logical* by John Neville Keynes (1887)

"(1) By **obverting** and combining the second set of propositions, we have Nothing is
... Again, by **obverting** and combining the third set of propositions, ..."**6.** *An Outline of Logic* by Boyd Henry Bode (1910)

"The process of **obverting** the statement, ' Some planets are not inhabited,' may be
... By **obverting** this latter proposition once more, we get back to the ..."**7.** *An Elementary Handbook of Logic* by John Joseph Toohey (1918)

"By **obverting** the inverse \ve obtain the partial inverse, viz. "Some non-residents
are not combatants. ..."**8.** *Euclid's Parallel Postulate: Its Nature, Validity, and Place in Geometrical* by John William Withers (1905)

"As we have said, the analogous theorem in plane geometry is proved by **obverting**
one of the triangles in the third dimension. Were there a fourth dimension ..."