Fall 2002 ©2002 OPL
Directions: Match the description in Column 2 with the most appropriate logical term in Column 1.
|Column 1||Column 2|
|_____________ major term||1. subject term of the conclusion|
|_____________ minor term||2. predicate term of the conclusion|
|_____________ middle term||3. indicates the position of the middle term in the premisses|
|_____________ mood||4. premiss containing the middle term|
|_____________ major premiss||5. premiss containing the minor term|
|_____________ minor premiss||6. premiss containing the major term|
|_____________ standard form||7. deductive argument where the conclusion follows from two premisses|
|_____________ standard order||8. major premiss stated first, minor premiss second, and conclusion third|
|_____________ figure||9. term appearing in both premissses|
|_____________ syllogism||10. all statements are standard form categorical propositions|
|11. names of major premiss, minor premiss, and conclusion written as a sequence of three letters|
|12. premiss containing the middle term|
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