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Syllogism

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Digital Companion to C. S. Peirce
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1902 | Logic (exact) | DPP 2:26; CP 3.623

Dialogism. A form of reasoning in which from a single premiss a disjunctive, or alternative, proposition is concluded introducing an additional term; opposed to a syllogism, in which from a copulative proposition a proposition is inferred from which a term is eliminated.