September 2016 LSAT Section 1 Question 2
Jacob on December 13, 2018I am happy to explain the difference between A and E. Letâ€™s understand it with examples of what each flawed argument looks like:
on March 24, 2020I seem to like choice A. But I'm still trying to make the connections properly because it seems as if there's a flaw in the conditional logic. Would you be able to break down the connection?
Emil on May 12 at 05:06PMThis isn't really a conditional argument, the author is arguing about causation. They think that lack of trust leads to lack of respect, and to support this they cite an example that shows both things are low in certain cases. However, this example tells us nothing about the direction of causality. Perhaps people are untrusting because of high crime rather than what the author thinks, that there is high crime because of low respect.