- B questions A's statement of x.
- Anyone who questions A is disloyal.
- Therefore, B is wrong.
Problem: Even if B is disloyal, that doesn't mean that B is wrong, as A isn't necessarily always right.
- Ronald C. Pine. "Essential Logic: Basic Reasoning Skills for the 21st Century". University of Hawaii-Honolulu. http://home.honolulu.hawaii.edu/~pine/Book2/chap4EL-2.html.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.