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December 2017 LSAT
Many employers treat their employees fairly. Thus, using others as a means to one's own ends is not always morally re...
on July 1 at 02:14AM
How would I diagram this?
on December 27 at 07:46PM
There's actually not much to diagram here, but here's one way of doing it. We can diagram the premise as
Employers - Many - > Treat employees fairly
And the conclusion in this case is simply: Using others as a means to one's own ends is not always morally reprehensible or harmful to others.
The assumption here we need and that is provided in (C) can be diagrammed as:
Employers - > Use employees as a means to their own ends
So employers use employees as a means to their own ends, but many treat them fairly, and so using employees as a means to one's own ends isn't always morally reprehensible or harmful to others. Hope this helps!
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