Baroco


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to Baroco: Barocco, Barack Obama

Baroco

a mnemonic word to represent a syllogistic argument in the second figure, in which there is one universal affirmative and one particular negative premise and a particular negative conclusion.
See also: Logic
-Ologies & -Isms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Esta segunda parte se iniciaria con el trabajo de Baroco y Lagunas, quienes hurgan en un tema practicamente no estudiado hasta el dia de hoy: la historia de los gitanos en Mexico.
Khartoum, Dec.5 (SUNA) - The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador, Rahamtalla Mohammed Osman received at his office, Thursday, the Italian Ambassador to Sudan, Armando Baroco .
All the incomplete deductions of the second figure are privative, whether they are universal (Cesare and Camestres) or particular (Festino and Baroco).
She later worked in the office of the Baroco Head Injury Center in Westborough for 10 years, retiring due to her illness.
Avicenna counts his analysis of Baroco as a compound syllogism, because an intermediate syllogism produces a premise for the final syllogism (Com., p.
Thus the narrator remembers the names of the syllogisms in the mnemonic method of scholastic logic, "Barbara" for the first mood of the first syllogistic figure and "Baroco" for the second figure, and these become code names for protagonists in the novel - more precisely for members of a band of smugglers.