on July 12, 2018
In this question answers B and C seem similar to me.
In answer B we don't know whether or not the experiment would immediately assist, and in answer C we do not know whether or not future suffering is prevented.
I guess my question is what makes these two answers different, and what makes B correct over C?
Is it just the contrapositive structure of the principle in B matching that of Mary's decision in the passage?
Michelle on July 29, 2018
Meredith on September 30, 2019