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Things syllogism often describes (“syllogism ________”)

Descriptive words:
hypothetical, practical, categorical, disjunctive, valid, simple, aristotelian, logical, demonstrative, deductive, conditional, inductive, second, perfect, formal, rhetorical, dialectical, false, regular, above, complete, ordinary, statistical, membered, original, traditional, correct, invalid, classical, mixed, poetic, pure, scientific, negative, indian, imperfect, standard, destructive, constructive, conjunctive, called, famous, incomplete, apparent, implicit, affirmative, alternative, classic, nyaya, figure, typical, legitimate, extensive, intensive, complex, faulty, fallacious, implied, expository, universal, theoretical, definite, qualitative, analytic, ethical, familiar, probable, corresponding, truncated, abbreviated, sophistical, modal, rational, counter

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Book See syllogism used in context: 1 Shakespeare work, several books and articles.

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