## Answer: ERGO

ERGO is a crossword puzzle answer that we have spotted 141 times.

### Referring Clues:

- Proof word
- Beginning of a conclusion
- Therefore
- Hence
- Conclusion starter
- Inferential word
- "Cogito ___ sum"
- As a result
- Proof part
- Accordingly
- "Tantum ___" (part of a Eucharist hymn)
- Thus
- Cartesian conjunction
- So
- Part of a Cartesian declaration
- "Cogito __ sum"
- Logician's word
- Start of a conclusion
- Consequently
- Conclusion preceder
- By that reasoning
- It follows that
- Sum preceder?
- It follows a premise
- "Cogito, ___ sum"
- Descartes's "therefore"
- By logic, then ...
- "Sum" preceder
- Transition in logic
- "… ___ sum"
- "It follows that …"
- As a result …
- For this reason
- It then follows that ...
- So it follows that
- Because of this
- Sum lead-in
- Conclusion lead-in
- "And so ..."
- It follows that, to Descartes
- Therefore, to Descartes
- "Cogito, ___ sum": Descartes
- Logician's transition
- Cogito-sum connector
- Apt rhyme for "so"
- Descartes quote word
- Logician's conjunction
- And so
- Thus, to a logician
- Part of Descartes' declaration
- Word before sum, sometimes
- Consequently, to Descartes
- It may come before a sum
- Part of Descartes's declaration
- Cogito, ___ sum
- Cogito ___ sum
- Work prefix
- Post hoc, ___ propter hoc
- With 60-Down, words after "cogito"
- Logician's connector
- Word in a proof
- It may precede a sum
- Conclusion start
- As a result, in logic
- It may lead to a conclusion
- And so . . .
- Thus, in mathematical proofs
- ''Cogito, ___ sum''
- ''Cogito ___ sum''
- Syllogist's word
- Word in a Descartes conclusion
- For that reason
- Cogito ___ sum (Descartes' conclusion)
- Cogito-sum link
- "In conclusion"
- Syllogistic word
- Thus, in Latin I
- Prefix meaning%C2%A0 "work"
- Word in a Descartes quote
- Hence, in logic
- Conclusion word
- "This being the case ..."
- Word preceding a conclusion
- Middle of Descartes' conclusion
- It may precede a sum?
- Second word from Descartes?
- Word before a conclusion
- Logical connector
- Word used in logic
- Cogito___sum
- Word in logic
- As a result
- " ___ sum"
- "It follows that "
- Prefix meaning "work"
- "It follows that"
- And so ...
- Postulation word
- "By logic, then ..."
- Descartes' "therefore"
- Consequently; therefore
- "Logically, then ..."
- Logical term
- "By that reasoning ..."
- "It follows that ..."
- Descartes' adverb
- 'Cogito, ___ sum'
- 'Cogito, ___ sum': Descartes
- Reasoner's word
- "It follows logically..."
- "Because of that ..."
- Segue to a conclusion
- Logical lead-in
- Cartesian connection
- Syllogism word
- Conclusion introducer
- "In which case ..."
- As an end result
- Word before "sum"
- Logical connection hidden in eight puzzle answers
- "By that logic ..."
- "Cogito, ___ sum" (Descartes)
- "For that reason ..."
- "I conclude that ..."
- Word of conclusion
- As a consequence
- Middle word of Descartes' conclusion
- Logical latin word
- Word used in proofs
- Therefore, to Caesar
- [Another arrangement of the letters in the grid]
- Latin "therefore"
- Cato's "therefore"
- By that logic
- Lead-in to a conclusion
- It leads to a logical conclusion
- Logician's "therefore"
- 'And so ...'
- Word of logic
- Beginning of a famous conclusion
- Logically thinking

### Last Seen In:

- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - October 17, 2016
- Netword - October 12, 2016
- LA Times - October 03, 2016
- Netword - September 24, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - September 09, 2016
- Universal - August 05, 2016
- Universal - August 01, 2016
- Universal - July 30, 2016
- Netword - July 28, 2016
- Universal - July 25, 2016
- Netword - July 14, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - July 07, 2016
- Netword - July 03, 2016
- USA Today - June 29, 2016
- Universal - June 23, 2016
- New York Times - June 16, 2016
- Universal - June 14, 2016
- LA Times Sunday - May 22, 2016
- Universal - May 22, 2016
- Netword - May 13, 2016

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