When constructing a proof, and in particular a demonstration, it is useful to map the argument.
Creating a syllogism: Begin with the conclusion. If you have already established terminology to be used in your research paper or thesis, find the two terms you wish to relate (i.e. Democracy is Dangerous) and then find a term that relates to both of these. In this case, perhaps “Going along with the Crowd” would be a term that would go along with both Democracy and Danger.
Example of mapping and creating a syllogism: Democracy Enthymeme