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CHAPTER II.

DYNAMICS OF A PARTICLE.

Particles are logically divided according to Genius and Speeches.

Genius is the higher classification, and this, combined with Differentia, (i.e. difference of opinion,) produces Speeches. These again naturally divide themselves into three heads.

Particles belonging to the great order of Genius are called 'able' or 'enlightened.'

 

 

Definitions.

I.

A Surd is a radical whose meaning cannot be exactly ascertained. This class comprises a very large number of particles.