syllogistic arguments that are missing the conclusion
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The following are examples of syllogistic arguments that are missing the conclusion. Study the two reasons very carefully and complete the syllogism with the conclusion that logically follows.
1. All mammals are warm-blooded animals.
All whales are mammals.
2. All flowers are pretty objects.
All pansies are flowers.
What you should do here is think about the relationship of the terms to each other. Every syllogism consists of three statements: two premises and one conclusion. Each of the statements contains a subject term and a predicate term, and each argument contains a total of three terms. These ...
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