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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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v. - Reason by a deductive logical scheme or analysis of a formal argument

Usage examples (14)
  • It is then only that they syllogize unwelcome truths.
  • Then, if we are to syllogize, A must be predicated of all B.
  • To offer arguments in proof is superfluous -- is trifling -- it is to ape the philosopher who attempted to syllogize himself into a conviction of his own existence!
  • Though he generally considers only premise combinations which syllogize in their assertoric forms, he does sometimes extend this; similarly, he sometimes considers... for more
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