A hypothetical syllogism is a syllogism that has a hypothetical proposition as one of its premises.
1.Hypothetical Propositions – A hypothetical proposition is one whose predicate does not assert of the subject in an absolute manner. There are three kinds of hypothetical propositions:
a.conditional (if…, then…) – the assertion of the consequent is dependent upon
the condition established by the antecedent.
If the elections will not push through then there will violence in the country.
b.disjunctive (either…, or…) – affirms the possibility of one or more of the
A candidate for public office is either qualified on unqualified.
c.conjunctive (not both…, and…) – denies the simultaneous possibility of both
The farmer cannot be environment friendly and not environment friendly at the