Test the following syllogistic form for validity using a Venn diagram. Be sure to label your diagram, and indicate
whether the syllogism is valid or not.
All S are PSome S are not MTherefore, Some P are not M
if possible, supply the missing premise or conclusion of the following enthymeme in such a way that the resulting syllogism is valid. Write the syllogism in standard form and test it for validity using a Venn diagram. Be sure to indicate how you are abbreviating the terms involved, label your diagram clearly, and indicate whether the syllogism is valid or not. In addition to determining whether the argument is valid or invalid, complete the evaluation by assessing whether or not the premises are questionable to determine whether the argument is sound. Make sure to justify your answer.
Since murder is never justifiable, euthanasia is never justifiable.
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