# episyllogism definition

• noun:
• A syllogism which assumes among its premises a proposition which was in conclusion of a preceding syllogism (the prosyllogism).
• A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition which was the conclusion of a preceding syllogism (the prosyllogism).
• A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition that was the conclusion of a preceding syllogism, called, about this, the prosyllogism.
• A syllogism which assumes among its premises a proposition that was in conclusion of a preceding syllogism, known as, with regards to this, the prosyllogism.
• A syllogism having for one of their premises the conclusion of some other syllogism.
• A syllogism having for example of its premises the conclusion of some other syllogism.
• A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition that has been in conclusion of a preceding syllogism (the prosyllogism).
• A syllogism which assumes among its premises a proposition that has been in conclusion of a preceding syllogism, known as, about this, the prosyllogism.
• A syllogism having for starters of their premises the conclusion of another syllogism.
• A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition that was the conclusion of a preceding syllogism (the prosyllogism).
• A syllogism which assumes as one of its premises a proposition which was in conclusion of a preceding syllogism, called, concerning this, the prosyllogism.
• A syllogism having for example of their premises the final outcome of another syllogism.