Noun(1) deductive reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises
(1) Dixwell throughout the review questions the validity of George's logic and his penchant for ├ö├ç├┐droll syllogism .├ö├ç├û(2) This was, I felt, an argument that strained to yoke syllogism to its cause from love rather than good sense.(3) This is grand strategy by vacant syllogism and cliche.(4) From a formal point of view, a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises in a well-formed syllogism .(5) In my article in Prospect I recalled a breathtaking thought experiment dreamed up by the master of tendentious syllogism .(6) It was first formalized in Western philosophy by Aristotle, who described a simple variety of it known as syllogism .(7) I don't rightly know, but I'll propose a possible counterexample - a 20 th-c. poet who often proceeded by syllogism at least as much as by coherence of feeling: Philip Larkin.(8) Others think in terms of logical syllogism ; for them the Cartesian system, when it can be applied, offers certainty.(9) logic is rules or syllogism(10) His ability to combine syllogism with sentiment is remarkable.(11) Mill first worked out his theory of terms, propositions, and the syllogism ; he then set the book aside for five years.(12) Legal reasoning by analogy and syllogism was one aspect of the effort needed to fathom the law as revealed by God and his Prophet.(13) To understand the history of ideas, we need to look not at syllogisms but at who wields power or at the subconscious mind.(14) Thus, contrary to Piaget's predictions, not only were adults not able to separate form from content, they had difficulty with syllogistic reasoning itself.(15) They give reasons, they use syllogisms , they argue by suggesting counterexamples, they engage in all the hallmarks of reasoned argument.(16) My Lords, I think that these are instinctual sentences, not logical propositions or syllogisms , none the worse for that because we are not in the field of pure logic.
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Different Formssyllogism, syllogisms
English to Japanese Dictionary: syllogism
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