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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Deductive reasoning.

Usage examples (38)
  • A Classical style, he said, is the syllogism of art, the only legitimate process from one world to another.
  • If you find that plausible, then it surely matters whether the antecedent condition in this little syllogism is actually true.
  • A breech of this rule in a syllogism is the fallacy of
  • The syllogism, which is one of them, may be so regarded in two ways -- for more
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