If you haven’t watched Monty Python and the Holy Grail, it’s basically a parody of the Arthurian Legend.
This is a example of a valid but not a factually correct argument, making this not sound. Their argument is long than the ones we did in class with and its not like your basic “all x are y”. The format of this seem to be like:
All x are y
All y are z
/all x are z
But in a very long and idiotic way. I would to type the whole format, I’ll probably use almost every letter in the alphabet. Since it’s from Monty Python, their logic is really laughable, unintelligent, and idiotic. The premises are correct but not factually correct. Back in the medieval times, people used to believe that witches existed and the people would burn them if they found one. What else would they burn? Wood which would mean witches are made out of wood but that’s not factually correct because witches are human which are made of flesh and bone. The same thing would go with floating in water and being the weight of a duck. There are so many things that can float but yet they pick one the of closest thing that is a size of a human.