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CC Intro Logic 19-

Introductory Logic by James Nance & Douglas Wilson, 4th ed.

Argument a set of statements, one of which appears to be implied or supported by the others.
Conclusion The statement which appears to be implied by the other statements in the arguments, which are called premises.
Syllogism A deductive arguments with 3 statements in categorical form. All M are P, All S are M, All S are P
Minor term the subject term of the conclusion
Major term the predicate term of the conclusion
Middle term the term which is in both premises, but not in the conclusion at all.
Major Premise the premise which contains the major term
Minor Premise the premise which contains the minor term
Valid A syllogism is valid if and only if the conclusion is necessarily true given that the premises are true.
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