Premiss sentence example

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  • In analysing the syllogism, he first says that a premiss is an affirmative or negative sentence, and then that a term is that into which a premiss is dissolved, i.e.

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  • In the syllogism " Every man is mortal and Socrates is a man," if in the minor premiss the copula " is " were not disengaged from the predicate " man," there would not be one middle term " man " in the two premisses.

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  • I start from the premiss that subjectivity always precedes objectivity.

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  • The crucial premiss of this argument is thus that sameness of truth-conditions entails sameness of ontological commitment.

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  • In the first stanza, Gunn briefly introduces the general premiss of the poem, which is fully developed in the fourth stanza.

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  • It will suffice to mention here that Peano's fourth premiss of arithmetic does not hold for infinite cardinals or for infinite ordinals.

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