### Definition of Syllogistic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or consisting of syllogism. "Syllogistic reasoning"

Partainyms: Syllogism
Derivative terms: Syllogism

### Definition of Syllogistic

1. a. Of or pertaining to a syllogism; consisting of a syllogism, or of the form of reasoning by syllogisms; as, syllogistic arguments or reasoning.

### Definition of Syllogistic

1. Adjective. of or pertaining to a syllogism ¹

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### Literary usage of Syllogistic

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1. Studies in Deductive Logic: A Manual for Students by William Stanley Jevons (1880)
"IN this age of mechanical progress it may be a matter of surprise that no one has produced a syllogistic machine. About two centuries ago Pascal and ..."

2. An Introductory Logic by James Edwin Creighton (1909)
"The Nature of syllogistic Reasoning. — The syllogism, as we have already seen ... The assumption of syllogistic reasoning — and, indeed, of all reasoning ..."

3. An Introductory Logic by James Edwin Creighton (1909)
"The Nature of syllogistic Reasoning. — The syllogism, as we have already seen ... The assumption of syllogistic reasoning — and, indeed, of all reasoning ..."

4. An Introductory Logic by James Edwin Creighton (1900)
"The Nature of syllogistic Reasoning. —The syllogism, as we have already seen ... The assumption of syllogistic reasoning — and, indeed, of all reasoning ..."

5. Aristotle by George Grote (1872)
"By clothing arguments from Induction in syllogistic form, we invest them with a character •>f ncci'snily which does not really belong to them. ..."

6. The Essentials of Logic by Roy Wood Sellars (1917)
"Not all forms of reasoning are syllogistic in type. For example, 'A=B, B=C .: A = C7.' We all recognize the cogency of this reasoning, yet we have no ..."

7. The Essentials of Logic by Roy Wood Sellars (1917)
"We all recognize the cogency of this reasoning, yet we have no tendency to reduce it to syllogistic form. Instead, it is perceived to be an instance of an ..."