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    Reasoning from premises to a conclusion of a syllogism

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    If the reasoning from premises to a conclusion of a syllogism is accurate then it is considered valid. Can one come to a false conclusion with a valid syllogism? Why/Why not? If so, have you seen this at work?

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    I believe some can come to false conclusions with a valid syllogism because the basis for a syllogism to be accurate means that all basis are covered and distributed to lead individuals to "capture and understand" the conclusion. Therefore, if at some point a valid syllogism is intact, but the individual reading ...

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