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  • Syllogisms are structured arguments to avoid fallacies; or a way of crafting arguments that should avoid fallacies. Validity is the structure. Truth is the known facts. Soundness is information you can rely on; information that is firm or solid. Soundness is the framework used to build your approach.

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