This set of Traditional Logic Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Traditional Logic Set 11

Q1 | Each term occurs ______ in the syllogism.
Q2 | ____________ is a fallacy which occurs when a syllogism uses its majorterm in one sense in the premise and in a different sense in the conclusion.
Q3 | ____________ is a fallacy which occurs when in a syllogism the minorterm means one thing in the minor premise and quite another in the conclusion.
Q4 | The fallacy occurs when the major term which is not distributed in themajor premise but distributed in the conclusion is
Q5 | The fallacy occurs when the minor term which is not distributed in theminor premise but distributed in the conclusion is
Q6 | There are _____ types of categorical syllogism known as figures.
Q7 | A _________ is a form of syllogism determined by the qulity and quantityof the three constituent propositions.
Q8 | A syllogism in which the major premise is a hypothetical proposition, theminor and the conclusion are categorical propositions is a_______.
Q9 | A hypothetical syllogism is also called______
Q10 | Modus tollens is also known as________.
Q11 | The violation of the rules of a disjunctive syllogism commits the fallacy of________.
Q12 | ______ is a valid mood of the first figure.
Q13 | ________ is a valid mood of second figure.
Q14 | ________ is a valid mood of third figure.
Q15 | ________ is valid mood of fourth figure.
Q16 | A Dilemma is a ________ syllogism.
Q17 | __________ fallacy occurs when a term is used in two different meaningsin the syllogism.
Q18 | If one premise is negative the conclusion must be________.
Q19 | Two_______ premises yield no valid conclusion.
Q20 | From two ________ premises no conclusion is possible.
Q21 | If one premise is particular the conclusion must be_________.