Aristotle - The Organon - index for ANALYTICA PRIORIA Book 2 Part 23

Rhetorical syllogism and induction

Paragraph 1 It is clear then how the terms are related in conversion, and in respect of being in a higher degree objects of aversion or of desire.
Paragraph 2 Now induction, or rather the syllogism which springs out of induction, consists in establishing syllogistically a relation between one extreme and the middle by means of the other extreme, e.g. if B is the middle term between A and C, it consists in proving through C that A belongs to B.
Paragraph 3 Such is the syllogism which establishes the first and immediate premiss:

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