| Isaac Watts - 1807
...agree to the middle term, it docs not follow by any means that they disagree with one another. Rule IV. **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative.** For if the middle term be denied of either part of the conclusion, it may shew that the terms of the... | |
| Isaac Watts - Dissenters, Religious - 1813
...agree to the middle term, it does not follow by any means that they disagree from one another. IV. " **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative."** For if live middle term be denied of either part of the conclusion, it may slmv that the terms of the... | |
| Hezekiah G. Ufford - Logic - 1823 - 192 pages
...term, (as is here supposed,) it can by no means follow that they disagree with one another. RULE IV. **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative.** For if the middle term be denied of either part of the conclusion, it may show that the terms of the... | |
| Bombay presidency, board of educ - 1851
...another, anil consequently, if we have two negative premises we cannot draw the conclusion. 6th, — **If one of the premises be negative the conclusion must be negative,** for if it not be it violates the second canon. GANPAT MADOWJI. 5. Q. How many moods are possible? —... | |
| Euclid - Geometry - 1853 - 136 pages
...no conclusion can be drawn. 4. A negative conclusion cannot follow from two affirmative premises. 5. **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative;** and if one of the premises be particular, the conclusion must be particular. 6. Frdm two particular... | |
| John Daniel Morell - 1857
...weaker part. That is, if one of the premises be particular, the conclusion must be particular : and **if one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative** also. The first arises from the laws of sub-alternation, which does not allow us to conclude any thing... | |
| Victor Doublet - Logic - 1868 - 148 pages
...either rich or poor. RULE 8. — The conclusion always follows the weaker part. That is to say : — 1. **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative.** For if the middle term be denied of either part of the conclusion, it may show that the terms of the... | |
| Oxford handbook - 1880
...distributed in one of the premises. 5. If both premises be negative, no conclusion can be drawn. 6. **If one of the premises be negative, the conclusion must be negative.** 7. If both premises be particular, no conclusion can be drawn. 8. If one premise be particular, the... | |
| John Neville Keynes - Logic - 1884 - 414 pages
...Consequently both the terms as to which the conclusion is to be drawn enter partially, and the conclusion **can only be a particular affirmative proposition. But if one of the** premisses be negative, the conclusion must be negative. This contradiction shews that the supposition... | |
| James Welton - Logic - 1896
...to be drawn enter partially, and " the conclusion (Rule IV) can only be a particular affirma" live **proposition. But if one of the premises be negative, " the conclusion must be negative** (Rule VI). This contra" diction shows that the supposition of particular premises " producing a legitimate... | |
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