The structure of the logical syllogism involves premise statements and a conclusion. Generally, syllogisms are made up of three statements (two premises and a conclusion). In those three statements, there are three concepts that are related (A, B, and C). The Syllogism then becomes:
There is also a way to introduce a negative. (Note how this changes the order of the C relationship to A and B.)
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