- A syllogism
(Gr****: συλλογισμός, syllogismos, 'conclusion, inference') is a kind of logical argument
that applies deductive reasoning
at a conclusion...
- In classical
logic, a hypothetical syllogism
is a valid argument
form, a syllogism
with a conditional statement
for one or both of its premises. An example...
as modus tollendo ponens
for "mode that affirms
by denying") is a valid argument
is a syllogism
- Legal syllogism
is a legal concept concerning
the law and its application, specifically
a form of argument based
on deductive reasoning
and s****ing to...
- A statistical syllogism
(or proportional syllogism
inference) is a non-deductive syllogism
. It argues, using inductive
reasoning, from a generalization...
- The politician's syllogism
, also known
as the politician's logic
or the politician's fallacy, is a logical fallacy
of the form: We must do something....
- The practical syllogism
is an instance
of practical reasoning which takes
the form of a syllogism
of the syllogism
is an action....
is a categorical syllogism where
one of the premises
is singular, and thus not a categorical
statement. For example: All men are mortal...
- argument. It is also known
as a rhetorical syllogism
and is used in oratorical
is used in dialectic, or the art of logical...
- multi-premise syllogism
, sorites, climax, or gradatio) is a string
of any number
of propositions forming together
such that the...