Quote Originally Posted by Speakpigeon View Post
Ah, here is a very interesting piece of logic. I give the general form of the argument first, and then three straightforward applications of the general form.

All A's are/have F;
Therefore, some A is/has F.
All angels have wings;
Therefore, some angel has wings.

All politicians are liars;
Therefore, some politician is a liar.

All imaginary beings have serious existential problems;
Therefore, some imaginary being has serious existential problems.
Thank you to say whether you think all these arguments are valid, or only some, or none.

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I didn't vote, because to my understanding there is a difference between valid formal logic, which all the syllogism have, and a valid argument, which is what your question asks about, and which depends not just on the validity of the formal logic but on the truth or accuracy of the premises.
However, it is not clear to me whether you are not just using "argument" as a synonym for "formal logic".