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syl·lo·gis·tic

 (sĭl′ə-jĭs′tĭk) also syl·lo·gis·ti·cal (-tĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, or consisting of a syllogism or syllogisms.

syl′lo·gis′ti·cal·ly adv.
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For example, the foreshadowing of future narrative events are noticeably absent; the events are not syllogistically connected but, rather, function as a series of, seemingly, isolated incidents.
The centrality of this practice can be seen in Aristode's Rhetoric, with its logical notion that a statement is persuasive because proved from other statements, either inductively or syllogistically (trans.
After Bloom laments the condition of the everyman, Stephen's response is, again, narrated in dialectic language, which also refers back to the crisis within the family that he theorizes in "Scylla and Charybdis": "[Stephen] affirmed his significance as a conscious rational animal proceeding syllogistically from the known to the unknown and a conscious rational reagent between a micro- and a macrocosm ineluctably constructed upon the incertitude of the void" (17.
The prospectus goes on to syllogistically rationalize its business plan, offering a major premise, "It is a long-established axiom that every man has his price"; a minor premise, "The soul, or galvanic mainspring of the human machine, regulates all its movements"; and a conclusion, "Therefore everything a man does for money, or other payment, is a sale or mortgage of his soul to another person.
Nicklin 1819) (1764) ("In every criminal cause the judge should reason syllogistically.
Gotthelf leaves open the question of whether this explanation can be presented syllogistically.
Prove syllogistically that natural rights exist': 'Give the fundamental reason why usury is wrong': 'What is the difference between soul and mind?
In his introduction to America's Corporate Art: The Studio Authorship of Hollywood Motion Pictures, Jerome Christensen offers a "studio authorship thesis" which argues syllogistically that uncovering the economic objectives of Hollywood motion pictures requires deep interpretations of individual film texts, which themselves cannot be formulated without the acknowledgement of authorship stemming from corporate hierarchies.
350) In holding that denial of employment does constitute a sufficiently serious violation when viewed in context, the Brdjanin Chamber syllogistically repudiated Kordic's related ruling regarding hate speech.
3:18-19 syllogistically conclude his exposition on the passions, here figured as thorns and thistles.
That is we reason as reasoning is commonly understood enthymematically rather than syllogistically.
This syllogistically reiterates earlier findings, which shows that part-time work is more likely to be female-dominated and that full-time work, which is more knowledge-dependent, is more likely to be male-dominated.