December 2004 LSAT Section 5 Question 17
Mehran on November 12, 2017Hi @sharpen7, thanks for your post. The last part of the last sentence of the stimulus says that if an artwork's value is not intrinsic, then it must be extrinsic (not I ==> E) and thus judgments about the quality of the work can only be a matter of taste (i.e., that when an artwork's value is extrinsic, judgments about the quality of that work can only be a matter of taste).
Ava on April 13, 2019Why is the answer choice not D? I was able to understand that the relationship between extrinsic/intrinsic was at fault in the logic but I'm still having trouble arriving to answer choice C in particular.