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In the traditional logic of categorical propositions: designating a variety of sorites in which the conclusion is formed of the subject of the last proposition and the predicate of the first. Contrasted with "Aristotelian sorites".
Early 19th century; earliest use found in John Richardson (1797–1852), author. From the name of Rudolf Goclenius, German philosopher + -an.
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