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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_valid_argument_forms

Disjunctive syllogism (sometimes abbreviated DS) has one of the same characteristics as modus tollens in that it contains a ...

markmcintire.com/phil/validforms.html

On this page students will find Venn Diagrams for all 15 valid standard form categorical syllogisms. This is the only internet site to publish the complete set of all ...

wiki.opencog.org/w/List_of_test_syllogisms

Sep 22, 2015 ... It seems that applying PLN + RelEx2Logic to the basic syllogism. Major premise: All ... I have assembled an initial list of test syllogisms from.

www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/philosophy/ph-4.syllogisms.3.pdf

Vaughn's 1-pagers. Logic Summaries. Categorical Syllogisms - Complete List of 256. Fig-. Rule Broken. Fig-. Rule Broken. Fig-. Rule Broken. Fig-. Rule Broken.

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Any sentence generally has a subject and a predicate, and these descriptions are applied to syllogisms in a particular way. The subject (S) of a syllogism is the  ...

bonevac.info/simplelogic/SLIM5.pdf

(Because the rest of this chapter deals only with categorical syllogisms, we drop the ... A syllogism's mood is a list of three letters signifying the form of the major ...

www.thelogician.net/FUTURE-LOGIC/Modal-Syllogisms-Main-15.htm

Oct 14, 2016 ... We called a mood of syllogism, a combination of formally fully specified ... develop a full list of natural syllogism, including both the nonmodal

www.fallacyfiles.org/syllfall.html

Describes formal fallacies of categorical syllogisms and links to separate files on individual fallacies. ... Alphabetical List of Fallacies: Select a Fallacy, Abstraction .... The subfallacies of Syllogistic Fallacy are fallacies of this rule-breaking type.

www.fibonicci.com/logical-reasoning/syllogisms/examples-types

Syllogisms are today's most commonly accepted form of logical reasoning in aptitude tests, however they are closer related to mathematical reasoning. Prepare ...

rintintin.colorado.edu/~vancecd/phil1440/syllogisms.pdf

All categorical syllogisms have what is called a “mood” and a “figure.” .... lists argument forms that are ONLY valid: (1) from the Aristotelian standpoint, where.