So the logic of explication calls for the principle of a regression of infinitum: there is no reason for the recoubling of reasonings ever to stop. What brings an end to the regression and gives the system its foundation is simply that the explicator is the sole judge of the point when the explication is itself explicated.
—Jacques Ranciere, The Ignorant Schoolmaster: Five Lessons in Intellectual Emancipation
An affirmative conclusion from a negative premise argues two universal premises and a particular conclusion which elicits major undistributed middles from affirmative premises. Structural flaws over content appeal to law, ignorance, repetition, and begs the question: the consequence of the phenomenon is its root logical disjunction?