syllogistic

Part of speech: adverb

SYLLOGISTICALLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Syllogistical.

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Usage examples "syllogistic":

  1. Aristotle was wiser when he fixed upon sociability as an ultimate quality of human nature, instead of making it, as Rousseau and so many others have done, the conclusion of an unimpeachable train of syllogistic reasoning. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
  2. This was succeeded by the syllogistic disputations, and these by a Greek oration, next to which came an English colloquy. - "A Collection of College Words and Customs", Benjamin Homer Hall.
  3. But though all syllogistic reasoning may be tortured into conformity with this type, some of it finds expression more naturally in other ways. - "Deductive Logic", St. George Stock.