Logical Fallacies

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Watch a video first, and then discuss at least three logical fallacies present in the video. Use evidence from the video to back up your claims. For instance, don’t just list three fallacies–explain why you think that part contained a logical fallacy.

Description

A logical fallacy is a skew in reasoning. Logical fallacies are similar to tricks or illusions of thought, and they are mostly very cunningly used by politicians and media houses to fool their audiences. They undermine the logic of an argument and thus can be illegal arguments or irrelevant points, and are mostly recognized due to their lack of evidence to support their claim. The video “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” there are a few logical fallacies which might draw the audience’s attention.