Re: Technical Guide to Form Arguments Logically
In that example it's not about stating that the premises are illogical. It's stating that the conclusion drawn from the premises doesn't logically follow. So the bulk of your post refutes jack shit, since the premises are assumed to be true in the example anyway. Look:
A = B
C = D
∴A = D
That isn't logical unless B = C, which isn't demonstrated in the premises. Making it a faulty argument. It's illogical because it's a goddamn example of a logical fallacy. Don't be such a goddamn wussbag by taking a example of a logical fallacy personally and then try to prove a logical fallacy to not be illogical like some butthurt retard. That's just stupid, even for you.
Edit: @Num and whoever else- Don't respond to the actual retarded shit in his post, just note that it was an example and he's being a pansy for taking it personally. Because, holy shit. What a dumbass.