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- n. The mnemonic name now usually given to that mood of the fourth figure of syllogism which, when it is considered as belonging to the first figure, is called frisesomorum (which see). It is also called
frensison. The f signifies that the mood is to be reduced to ferio; the two s's, that the premises are both to be converted simply in the reduction; while the three vowels show the quantity and quality of the three propositions, namely: e, universal negative; i, particular affirmative; o, particular negative.
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