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Where an argument is logically valid "if and only if it is not possible for the premises to be true and the conclusion false."
Are there any examples of a logically valid argument where the premises are all true, but the conclusion is false? Or is such an argument automatically logically invalid?
Is there any way for the statement "If all the premises of an argument are true and the conclusion is false, the argument is logically invalid" to be false?