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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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syllogistic

(ˌsɪləˈdʒɪstɪk)
adj
(Logic) of, relating to or consisting of syllogisms
n (often plural)
1. (Logic) the branch of logic concerned with syllogisms
2. (Logic) reasoning by means of syllogisms
ˌsylloˈgistically adv
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Adj.1.syllogistic - of or relating to or consisting of syllogism; "syllogistic reasoning"
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syllogistic

[ˌsɪləˈdʒɪstɪk] ADJsilogístico
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It may happen that this majority of States is a small minority of the people of America;[3] and two thirds of the people of America could not long be persuaded, upon the credit of artificial distinctions and syllogistic subtleties, to submit their interests to the management and disposal of one third.
The volume takes up syllogistic logic after its development through late antiquity.
Forget about studying how to write thesis statements and make syllogistic arguments, you learn everything you need to know during recess.
Hence, only instances of the second scenario, in which the three terms of the syllogistic demonstration are coextensive, would be properly scientific.
(11.) See, e.g., Bobzien, S.: "Stoic syllogistic" in Taylor, C.
Their topics include existence and modality in Avicenna's syllogistic, syllogistic and formal reasoning: the Cartesian critique, Hobbes and the syllogism, Leibniz's transformation of the theory of the syllogism into an algebra of concepts, Kant's False Subtlety of the Four Syllogistic Figures in its intellectual context, and Hegel's logic of inference.
The author can hardly be said to have exemplified authentically syllogistic reasoning.
The syllogistic snark might unfold thus: "If students are customers, and the customer is always right, then why bother?" Such cynicism would have us sidestep meaningful considerations of happiness in higher ed, returning us to more serious matters.
Contrastings on Textual Entailmentness and Algorithms of Syllogistic Logics, Journal of Mathematical Sciences, Volume 2, Number 4, April 2015, pp 185-189.
191), and by way of the popular works that commented on them spread the use of syllogistic argumentation beyond its previous domain.
The results show that apparently for Ramus, rhetoric is supposed to depict the process of thinking in detail and is therefore closely related to dialectic--or even serves the syllogistic method.
Capitalising on Ramus's posthumous reputation as a Protestant icon, Fraunce's predecessors vindicated the usefulness of logic for the preachers and theologians of the reformed religion: (13) MacIlmaine kept some of the literary examples in English translation and replaced others with biblical instances, while Fenner removed poetry entirely and inserted in its place a combination of biblical passages and syllogistic proofs of key points of Calvinist doctrine.