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The essential virtue of a valid argument is that the conclusion should follow from the premises. This is equivalent to the premises entailing the conclusion, and usually although not unanimously equated with it being impossible that the premises should be true and the conclusion false. See logic, proof, strict implication, validity.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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