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Alternatively, a categorical syllogism may define the relationships between categories and an individual instance such as:
18) "[Syllogistic argument refers] to any argument that either is a standard-form categorical syllogism or can be reformulated as a standard-form categorical syllogism without any loss or change of meaning" (Irving M.
Before it was completely replaced by Boethius' On Categorical Syllogisms, a scholar who got to the end of the Prior Analytics was advanced indeed.