I thought I would be protected by historical precision, reputation, syllogism and sincerity.
History has a logic of its own, he says; the scheme of its logic is not the syllogism, but the relation to values.
The first part answers to the term, the second to the proposition, the third to the syllogism.
They do not decline a reinvigorating article of faith, because it is not a system, nor do they measure a deliverer by syllogism.
“It was a syllogism,” replied the Dominie, taking the pannikin from his mouth.
The intuition has its rights as well as the syllogism, and will always ultimately assert them.
Put the proposed syllogism before him, and ask him what he thinks of the Conclusion.
He had before said this about the relation of the three terms in the syllogism, I. iv.
Let us take the syllogism Darapti, which is universally accepted as valid.
In so far as the drama uplifts and edifies the audience, it does so, not by precept or by syllogism, but by emotional suggestion.
late 14c., from Old French silogisme "a syllogism," from Latin syllogismus, from Greek syllogismos "a syllogism," originally "inference, conclusion, computation, calculation," from syllogizesthai "bring together, premise, conclude," literally "think together," from syn- "together" (see syn-) + logizesthai "to reason, count," from logos "a reckoning, reason" (see logos).
For example, every virtue is laudable; kindness is a virtue; therefore kindness is laudable.
Strangely, a syllogism can still be true if the premises are false. Compare inference rule.
[Relationship between premises?]