- xy(Px → (Wy & M(yx))) therefore yx(Wy → (Px & M(yx)))
It is fallacious to conclude that there is one woman who is the mother of all people.
However, if the major premise ("every person has a woman that is their mother") is assumed to be true, then it is valid to conclude that there is some woman who is any given person's mother.
2. Everybody has something to believe in. Therefore, there is something that everybody believes in.
- xy Bxy therefore yx Bxy
It is fallacious to conclude that there is some particular concept to which everyone subscribes.
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