Definition of syllogistically in English:

syllogistically

adverb

  • See syllogism

    • ‘Both Communism and anti-Communism derive tests of faith syllogistically from shaky first principles.’
    • ‘Here's the question: Many of your beliefs might flow logically (perhaps not syllogistically, but using logical argument) from other beliefs.’
    • ‘Syllogistically these two premises led (for Aquinas) to one conclusion.’
    • ‘These presentations, when confirmed by repeated experience, are syllogistically developed by the understanding into concepts.’
    • ‘You are taking an arrogant liberty in syllogistically assuming that those who support refugees do not ‘give a damn’ about the laws of this country.’

Pronunciation

syllogistically

/sɪləˌˈdʒɪstɪk(ə)li/