Encyclopaedia Britannica, or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Vol. 3 : Enlarged and Improved (Classic Reprint)
Assumption, in Logic, is the minor or second pro position, in a categorical syllogism.
Assumption is also used for a consequence drawn from the proposition whereof an argument is composed; assumption, an island in North America, in the gulf of St Lawrence, at the mouth of the great river of the same name. It is covered with trees. IV. Long. 60. 40. N. Lat. 49. 30.
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