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Definition of Enthymeme
Enthymeme En"thy*meme, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ? to keep in mind,
consider; ? in + ? mind, soul.] (Logic)
An argument consisting of only two propositions, an
antecedent and consequent deduced from it; a syllogism with
one premise omitted; as, We are dependent; therefore we
should be humble. Here the major proposition is suppressed.
The complete syllogism would be, Dependent creatures should
be humble; we are dependent creatures; therefore we should be
Meaning of Enthymeme from wikipedia
- An enthymeme
(Gr****: ἐνθύμημα, enthýmēma) is a form of rational
appeal, or deductive
argument. It is also known
as a rhetorical syllogism
and is used...
- and deprecation, although
of an enthymeme
, can contribute
to re****ing an opponent's enthymeme
it as just...
- on an issue). Aristotle
(proof by syllogism) and paradeigma
(proof by example). Aristotle
- In rhetoric, a rhetorical
device, or stylistic device
is a technique
that an author
uses to convey
to the listener
- Philosophy portal Syllogistic fallacy Argumentation theory Buddhist logic Enthymeme Formal fallacy Logical fallacy
The False Subtlety
of the Four Syllogistic...
- rhetoric applicable
to all fields, not just politics. Aristotle viewed
the enthymeme based
upon the syllogism) as the basis
- the free dictionary. Ad hominem Begging
the question Chewbacca defense Enthymeme Evasion
(ethics) Genetic fallacy
List of fallacies
- -onym Antonomasia Deferred reference
Echo complement Eggcorn Eponym Enthymeme Euphemism
by comparison Generic trademark Kenning
List of metonyms
back to the overall
statement. The second
is through deductive enthymeme
with general scenarios
and then indicating
- Press, 2017), pp. 165–166. Luke 23:34 Robbins, Vernon
K. (1998). "From Enthymeme
in Luke 11:1–13". In Thompson, Richard
P. (ed.). Literary...
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