• Definition for "cesare"
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    • Italian name for Cesar.Valiant, courageous, determined
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cesare definition

  • noun:
    • In reasoning, the mnemonic title of a mood of 2nd figure of syllogism, consisting of three universal propositions, the most important premise and conclusion becoming negative as well as the small idea becoming affirmative: since, No untrue faith creates great ethical results; all kinds of Christianity create good ethical results; for that reason, no particular Christianity is a false faith.
    • In logic, the mnemonic title of a mood associated with 2nd figure of syllogism, consisting of three universal propositions, the most important idea and conclusion being negative while the small idea being affirmative: because, No false faith produces great moral outcomes; a myriad of Christianity produce good moral results; consequently, no style of Christianity is a false religion.
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