## In logic|lang=en terms the difference between syllogism and conditional

is that

**syllogism** is (logic) an inference in which one proposition (the conclusion) follows necessarily from two other propositions, known as the premises while

**conditional** is (logic) stating that one sentence is true if another is.

## In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between syllogism and conditional

is that

**syllogism** is (obsolete) a trick, artifice while

**conditional** is (obsolete) a limitation.

## As nouns the difference between **syllogism** and **conditional**

is that

**syllogism** is (logic) an inference in which one proposition (the conclusion) follows necessarily from two other propositions, known as the premises while

**conditional** is (grammar) a conditional sentence; a statement that depends on a condition being true or false.

## As an adjective **conditional** is

limited by a condition.