Philosophia 21 (1-2):69-88 (1991)

John R. Welch
Saint Louis University
This article tackles a number of puzzles related to Aristotle’s practical syllogism, notably the relationship between deliberation and the practical syllogism, the distinction between deliberative and reconstructive practical syllogisms, and the nature of the conclusion of the practical syllogism.
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