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Consider the following argument form in which the letters P, Q, and A represent unanalyzed or uninterpreted sentences.
- All P are Q
- A is P
- Therefore, A is Q
We can determine the validity of an actual argument by translating it into an argument form, and then analyzing the argument form for validity. (The argument form above is valid; see syllogism.)
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