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syl·lo·gize
[sil-uh-jahyz]
VERB (USED WITH OR WITHOUT OBJECT) [SYL·LO·GIZED, SYL·LO·GIZ·ING.]
1.
to argue or reason by syllogism.
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Syllogize definition, to argue or reason by syllogism. See more. ... syllogizer, noun ... He does not syllogize; he exhorts, recalls and convicts by assertion.

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Eliot, Charles William. But the human intellect can syllogize, and know causes in effects; all of which is the discursive method. Thomas, Aquinas, Saint. PrevNext ...

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A very simple example of what a logician does can be given with the word or. What exactly does it mean if you say "A or B?" A logician would say that it can ...

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Aug 13, 2014 ... “What is the meaning of life?” “Is there objective truth?” “Fate or Free Will?” The problem with these questions is one of definitions. Let's take the ...

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Adverb. (comparative more syllogistically, superlative most syllogistically). In a syllogistic way. Origin. syllogistic + -ally. English Wiktionary. Available under ...

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... definition of syllogist. n. One who is skilled in syllogistic reasoning. Noun 1. syllogist - logician skilled in syllogistic reasoning syllogiser, syllogizer logician, ...

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May 31, 2017 ... As I couldn't find out the meaning of “covfefe” in several English dictionaries at hand, I googled the word. There was no heading and definition ...

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Syllogize definition: to reason or infer by using syllogisms | Meaning, pronunciation, translations ... syllogizer (ˈsylloˌgizer), syllogiser (ˈsylloˌgiser) or syllogist.