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syllogismus

EnglishEdit

Examples

No worthy leader would avoid wartime military service. You used family influence to get into the National Guard. (Therefore, you are not a worthy leader.)

EtymologyEdit

From Latin syllogismus (syllogism), from Ancient Greek συλλογισμός (sullogismós)

NounEdit

syllogismus (usually uncountable, plural syllogismi)

  1. (rhetoric) Omission of the conclusion of a syllogistic argument.

See alsoEdit


LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek συλλογισμός (sullogismós, inference, conclusion).

NounEdit

syllogismus m (genitive syllogismī); second declension

  1. (logic) syllogism

InflectionEdit

Second declension.

Number Singular Plural
nominative syllogismus syllogismī
genitive syllogismī syllogismōrum
dative syllogismō syllogismīs
accusative syllogismum syllogismōs
ablative syllogismō syllogismīs
vocative syllogisme syllogismī