However, is the explanans (the middle term) the essence (i) of the subject the explanandum attribute belongs to (minor term
) or (ii) of the attribute itself (major term)?
However, LexisNexis is more likely to assign the more general Manager & supervisors, sometimes with the other two listed under "minor term
In the excessively abridged and obscure style of the Analytics, he begins as follows: "Abduction, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], is when it is well-known that the major term is true of the middle, and that the middle is true of the last is not known, but yet is antecedently more credible than is the conclusion." He should have added, "which conclusion we find to be a fact," but he overlooks that, in his wish to add the clause, "and if moreover the middles between the middle and the minor term
be few; for thus it will be decidedly nearer to a thorough comprehension of the matter, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.]....
And to this, we add a minor term
and that is our saying: "heaven is a body", and hence, it will follow from the first kind of syllogism (shakl) that heaven has a natural position.
We may conclude that the middle must be consequentially connected with the minor, and the major with the middle." On the other hand, Apostle renders this passage much more neutrally: "But to know the reason is to know through the cause; hence the middle term should belong to the minor term
through it [that is, the minor term], and the major term should belong to the middle term through it [that is, the middle term].
In response, one wonders how geography as a minor discipline might be adjudicated on minor terms
? How might geographical research have impact in a minor register, in registers of existence, rather than on terms imposed from above, concerned only with metrics?
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This article investigates the nature of Aristotelian syllogistics and shows that the categorical syllogism is fundamentally about showing the connection, in the premises of the syllogism, between the major and minor terms
as stated in the conclusion.