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Submitted by • November 28, 2013

A syllogism is an inference or a conclusion or a logical appeal. A syllogism is a type of logical argument which two premises is inferred from one proposition. Aristotle defined syllogism as a communication form with that source certain things which are different from the intended results because the things are supposed to be like that.

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