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A syllogism is a method of artificial insemination used to breed statements. Using a major and a minor premise, each of which is a statement with a gender, a conclusion can be brought into the world with certain elements of both of its progenitors. This newborn conclusion immediately grows out of the conclusion stage of its life cycle and into a premise, for use to create more conclusions. It is this speedy growth out of its childhood and into its productive period that makes the premise so valuable to logicians, the scientists who specialize in the lives, health and use of statements.

All syllogisms have a major and minor premise
All syllogisms have a conclusion
    All syllogisms have 2 premises and 1 conclusion

All premises and all conclusions are 1 line each
All syllogisms have 2 premises and 1 conclusion
    All syllogisms have 3 lines

All syllogisms have 3 lines
All things with 3 lines are triangles
    All syllogisms are triangles

All syllogisms are triangles
All triangles have 180 degrees
    All syllogisms have 180 degrees

All syllogisms have 180 degrees
All things that have 180 degrees can be drawn as a straight line
    All syllogisms can be drawn as a straight line

All syllogisms can be drawn as a straight line
All syllogisms have 3 lines
   All syllogisms can be drawn as a 3 line(s)


Logic, Aristotle, Wikipedia:Syllogism.

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