that these have briefly been set up, let us consider the individual parts. There
are two first ones. 1. simple, as it were the material (building blocks) of
dialectic; 2. those which are called conjuncts, where the finished product, as
it were, appears. The section on the simplexes is called «De Loquendo» (on the
utterance). The section on the complexes is divided into three parts: 1. those
collocations of words being set aside which do not make a complete sentence,
those which complete a sentence, so that a question is not raised or
disputation is not called for is called «De Eloquendo» (on speaking). 2. When a
sentence is completed so that it is judged (evaluated) as a simple sentence,
that section is called «De Proloquendo» (on the sentence, on the statement). 3.
That section in which a sentence is made in such a way that we judge concerning
the connective itself until we come to the conclusion is called «De
Proloquiorum Summa» (on the conclusion; on the syllogism). Let us more closely
examine the various parts.