I have the following syllogism:
Should all goods come from virtue, no evil man possesses the good.
Some evil men possess the good.
Therefore, some goods do not come from virtue.
I understand that it denies the consequent but it denies it with a particular. If someone can confirm with me whether it is valid or invalid and either provide a reference where it says one cannot have a particular in a hypothetical syllogism, or a reference that states that one can have particulars in a hypothetical syllogism. A reference including other syllogisms that have particulars and states their validity can help as well.