Definition:Categorical Syllogism/Conclusion

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The conclusion of a categorical syllogism is stated last, conventionally prefaced with the word Therefore.

It is a categorical statement which expresses the logical relationship between the primary term and the secondary term of the syllogism.

Furthermore, this categorical statement is specifically of the form in which the secondary term occurs first and the primary term occurs second.

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