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The Syllogiac 406 is a battery–operated portable logic machine. Designed for classroom use in the 1950s by philosophy professor Maylon Hepp (1946—73), this handcrafted proto–computer was intricately wired to test the validity of logical syllogisms (“Socrates was a man. All men have hair. Therefore…”). Hepp connected a set of “premise” dials to switches and banks of colored lights, and delighted in showing students the speed with which his Aristotelian robot would deliver its verdict.