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A syllogism is a form of deductive reasoning described by Aristotle containing two premises and a conclusion. Each of the premises and the conclusion contain a subject and a predicate.

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Yes there is. The first thing to note is that there are four "figures" of syllogism which are defined by where the major, minor and middle terms fall in the syllogism. Then what you do is memorize a …
answered Dec 3 '16 by shane
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but senses of "healthy". So let's consider an example of a syllogism. All healthy bodies are good. Some medicine is healthy. Therefore, some medicine is good. The occurrence of "healthy" in the … major premise is the primary analogate, and "healthy" in the minor premise means "that which produces health" (secondary analogate). Do we have a valid syllogism here? According to Thomists, yes; according to Scotists and those who are suspicious of analogy, no. …
answered Jan 23 '15 by shane