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Delphic Satire: A Constant Race Against Reality.

Perle goes so far as to say that, if he had his time over, he would not have advocated an invasion of Iraq: “I think if I had been delphic, and had seen where we are today, and people had said, ‘Should we go into Iraq?,’ I think now I probably would have said, ‘No, let’s consider other strategies for dealing with the thing that concerns us most, which is Saddam supplying weapons of mass destruction to terrorists.’ …

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July 13th - Syllogism

Syllogism – n 1: an argument formed by two statements and a conclusion that must be true if the statements are true 2: a subtle, specious, or crafty argument 3: deductive reasoning… 68 more words

365 Words Challenge

Syllogism Exercise Sheet [Download]

You must be done with your Syllogism preparation by now and must be looking for some good source to practice.

Especially Banking Students must finish this exercise. 35 more words


Syllogism – 2 [Possibility & Single Statement Conclusion]

Many students are confused while solving these cases. If you go to any forums like Pagalguy , you would find questions flooded with Syllogisms and that too possibility. 351 more words


Syllogism (Video)

Each and every videos are just 1 min duration so don’t get worried seeing lot many videos on this post. Don’t skip any video.

CAT has stopped asking questions on Syllogisms as we have already derived the formulas but still exams like SNAP, NMAT, SBI PO asks such questions which take hardly seconds to crack. 509 more words


Is God a watchmaker?

This recent letter to The Jerusalem Post Letters page prompted my reply (below):


Your opinion piece concerning belief in God (“Faith vs. facts” April 26) was accompanied by a remarkable illustration of the interior of a watch.   289 more words


What Are Facts? [thoughts from ~burning woman~ by Sha'Tara

In my wanderings through the English grammar, I came across the reasoning method called syllogism. A simple definition goes like this: deductive reasoning in which a conclusion is derived from two premises. 1,569 more words

Arrogance Of Man