Enthymeme

An enthymeme (ἐνθύμημα, enthumēma), is an informally stated syllogism (a three-part deductive argument) as used in oratorical debates, often relying on premises that are probably rather than certainly true, or relying on unstated assumptions that are omitted because they are already well-known or agreed upon. In another broader usage, th...
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Enthymeme

• (n.) An argument consisting of only two propositions, an antecedent and consequent deduced from it; a syllogism with one premise omitted; as, We are dependent; therefore we should be humble. Here the major proposition is suppressed. The complete syllogism would be, Dependent creatures should be humble; we are dependent creatures; therefore w...
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Enthymeme

(Gr. enthymema) In Aristotle's logic a rhetorical syllogism, usually consisting of probable premisses, and used for persuasion as distinct from instruction. In later logic a syllogism of which one premiss or the conclusion is not explicitly stated. -- G.R.M.
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Enthymeme

En'thy·meme noun [ Greek ..., from ... to keep in mind, consider; ... in + ... mind, soul.] (Logic) An argument consisting of only two propositions, an antecedent and consequent deduced from it; a syllogism with one premise omitted; as, We are dependent; therefore we should be humble. Here the majo...
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Enthymeme

A type of argument that is grounded in assumed commonalities between a rhetor and the audience
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enthymeme

in syllogistic, or traditional, logic, name of a syllogistic argument that is incompletely stated. In the argument `All insects have six legs; ... [2 related articles]
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enthymeme

rhetorical suppression or omission of a premise
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