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Synonyms for major premiss
the premise of a syllogism that contains the major term (which is the predicate of the conclusion)
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done if the claim of the major premiss
is to be heeded.
The authors' major premiss
is that effective learning organizations must have "the ability to generate and generalize ideas with impact".
Westberg suggests two ways in which the will is particularly involved in the operative syllogism: it must accept the major premiss
of the syllogism (viz.
One major premiss
underlying the centre's work is that individuals and organizations must fundamentally alter both thinking and management practices in order to thrive in an increasingly dynamic and interdependent world.
42) He begins with the second, which, according to Sextus Empiricus, |deduces the opposite of the antecedent from the major premiss
and the opposite of the consequent, as for example "f it is day, it is light; but it is not light; therefore it is not day.