Sunday, April 18, 2004


In syllogistic, or traditional, logic, a chain of successive syllogisms - or units of argument that pass from two premises (a major and then a minor) to a conclusion - in the first figure (i.e., with the middle, or repeated, term as the subject of the major and the predicate of the minor premise) - so related that either the conclusion of each (except the last) is the minor premise of


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