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In classical logic, **hypothetical syllogism** is a valid argument form which is a
syllogism having a conditional statement for one or both of its premises. If I do not
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A **hypothetical syllogism** is a valid argument form in logic. The form of
**hypothetical syllogism** is: “If P, then Q. If Q, then R. Therefore, if P, then R.” It may
also be ...

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**Hypothetical syllogisms** are short, two-premise deductive arguments, in which at
least one of the premises is a conditional, the antecedent or consequent of ...

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We often use pure **hypothetical syllogisms** in describing chains of events in which
each event causes the next. At no point do we assert anything as being the ...

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Oct 5, 2015 **...** **Conditional Syllogism** Valid Moods of a **Conditional Syllogism**.

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Dr. Naugle. **Hypothetical Syllogisms**1. Compound syllogisms are composed of
different kinds of sentences in their premises and conclusions (not just
categorical ...

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A **hypothetical syllogism** has a distinct feature that helps us recognize it. The
argument consists of three conditionals. The first conditional says that p is a ...

www.virtualsalt.com/think/deduhypo.htm

Jul 10, 2000 **...** An article on deductive thinking and **hypothetical syllogisms**.