- The premise containing the most important term in a syllogism.
- In a categorical syllogism, the premise whoever terms will be the syllogism's major term and center term.
- That premise of a syllogism that contains the major term (the predicate of this conclusion). Contrasted to minor idea.
- the premise of a syllogism which contains the main term (the predicate of conclusion)
- Definition for "major premise"
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- Antonym for "major premise"
- Hypernym for "major premise"