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In order for a syllogism to be valid, at least one of the two premises must be affirmative. If both premises are negative, then no valid conclusion can follow. If both premises are negative, the middle cannot establish any link between the major and minor terms. For example, "All dogs can fly. Fido is a dog. Fido can fly." This is a perfectly valid argument in terms of logic, but this flawless logic is based on an untrue premise.

Syllogism Meaning

Syllogisms are a formal argument in logic that is formed by two statements and a conclusion which must be true if the two statements are true.

All birds are animals. All parrots are birds. All parrots are animals.

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