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Concept of syllogism

                              


A syllogism is a form of deductive reasoning consisting of a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion. When one makes a conclusion from a general statement or premise and forms a specific conclusion, it takes the form of deductive reasoning, as the specific conclusion is deduced from the general statement.




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 For example, All mangos are yellow, the major premise, I am a mango, the minor premise, therefore, I am yellow, the conclusion. One should take note of the fact that in syllogisms, the objects in consideration in a particular problem, and their relation with each other, do not necessarily have to make sense, and do not necessarily have to be accepted as truths. One has to just proceed with the blind assumption that what is given in the question is true. For eg: All cats are mice. Some mice are chairs.

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