SYLLOGISMUS (SYLLOGISM)

умозаключение, силлогизм, определенный Аристотелем: «Умозаключение - есть речь, в которой если нечто предположено, то через положенное из него с необходимостью вытекает нечто отличное от положенного» (Аристотель. Топика. 100b 25-30). Представляет собой соединение трех суждений: большая посылка, малая посылка, заключение.


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • Syllogism — Syl lo*gism, n. [OE. silogisme, OF. silogime, sillogisme, F. syllogisme, L. syllogismus, Gr. syllogismo s a reckoning all together, a reasoning, syllogism, fr. syllogi zesqai to reckon all together, to bring at once before the mind, to infer,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • syllogism — late 14c., from O.Fr. silogisme a syllogism, from L. syllogismus, from Gk. syllogismos a syllogism, originally inference, conclusion, computation, calculation, from syllogizesthai bring together, premise, conclude, lit. think together, from syn… …   Etymology dictionary

  • syllogism — [sil′ə jiz΄əm] n. [ME silogisme < MFr < L syllogismus < Gr syllogismos, a reckoning together < syllogizesthai, to reckon together, sum up < syn , together + logizesthai, to reason < logos, word: see LOGIC] 1. an argument or form …   English World dictionary

  • Syllogismus — Die Syllogismen (von altgr.: συλ λογισμός, syllogismos = das Zusammenrechnen, logischer Schluss) sind ein Katalog von Typen logischer Argumente. Sie bilden den Kern der im vierten vorchristlichen Jahrhundert entstandenen antiken Logik… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • syllogism — /sil euh jiz euhm/, n. 1. Logic. an argument the conclusion of which is supported by two premises, of which one (major premise) contains the term (major term) that is the predicate of the conclusion, and the other (minor premise) contains the… …   Universalium

  • syllogism — /ˈsɪlədʒɪzəm / (say siluhjizuhm) noun 1. Logic an argument with two premises and a conclusion. Both the premises of a categorical syllogism are categorical propositions, containing just three distinct terms between them, e.g. all men are mortal… …   Australian English dictionary

  • syllogism — [14] A syllogism is etymologically something ‘reasoned together’, hence ‘inferred’. The word comes via Old French sillogisme and Latin syllogismus from Greek sullogismós, a derivative of sullogīzesthai ‘reason together, infer’. This was a… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • syllogism — [14] A syllogism is etymologically something ‘reasoned together’, hence ‘inferred’. The word comes via Old French sillogisme and Latin syllogismus from Greek sullogismós, a derivative of sullogīzesthai ‘reason together, infer’. This was a… …   Word origins

  • syllogism — noun Etymology: Middle English silogisme, from Anglo French sillogisme, from Latin syllogismus, from Greek syllogismos, from syllogizesthai to syllogize, from syn + logizesthai to calculate, from logos reckoning, word more at legend Date: 14th… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • syllogism — noun An inference in which one proposition (the conclusion) follows necessarily from two other propositions, known as the premises. See Also: syllogismus …   Wiktionary

  • syllogism — syl•lo•gism [[t]ˈsɪl əˌdʒɪz əm[/t]] n. 1) pho an argument of a form containing a major premise and a minor premise connected with a middle term and a conclusion, as “All A is C; all B is A; therefore, all B is C.” 2) pho deductive reasoning 3)… …   From formal English to slang

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