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See definition of syllogistic on Dictionary.com
  • as inlogic
  • as inratiocination
  • as inrationality

synonyms for syllogistic

  • philosophy
  • rationale
  • sanity
  • sense
  • argumentation
  • coherence
  • connection
  • deduction
  • dialectic
  • induction
  • inference
  • linkage
  • ratiocination
  • relationship
  • syllogism
  • thesis
  • antithesis and synthesis
  • course of thought
  • good sense
  • sound judgment
  • syllogistics
  • train of thought

antonyms for syllogistic

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  • unreasonableness
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      How to use syllogistic in a sentence

      But it requires no logic, no syllogistic proof, to know that they are telling the truth in this respect.
      THE POSITIVE OUTCOME OF PHILOSOPHYJOSEPH DIETZGEN
      The argument of the earlier Commissioners' Report runs on lines which it would be easy to put in a priori syllogistic form.
      HUMAN NATURE IN POLITICSGRAHAM WALLAS
      Prynne then proceeds in the book proper to give fifteen arguments against health-drinking, drawn out in syllogistic form.
      NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK IN ENGLANDRICHARD VALPY FRENCH
      It was when observation of Nature and its laws became a paramount pursuit that the defects of Syllogistic Logic began to be felt.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      The mere syllogistic, the bare forms of equivalent or consistent expression, have a very limited utility, as we shall see.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      The mediæval developments of Logic retained and even exaggerated the syllogistic character of the original treatises.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      The real discipline of Syllogistic Logic lies in the reduction of common speech to these forms.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      The expression of Quantity, that is, of Universality or non-universality, is all-important in syllogistic formulæ.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      I point this out to emphasise the fact that there is no prerogative in the form All S is P except for syllogistic purposes.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
      The bare forms of Syllogistic are a useless item of knowledge unless they are applied to concrete thought.
      LOGIC, INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVEWILLIAM MINTO
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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