John on September 1, 2019
Hi, I did this question twice and got it wrong both times so I wanted to study it in more depth to ensure I don't repeat same mistakes.
The first answer I chose was (E) and then (D) after.
Is (E) incorrect because neither speaker addressed anything legally permissible? The first speaker talks about what is ethical and the second speaker talks about moral right (also ethical) but never discussed legal right? So in that sense we wouldn't know if either of them would disagree on this statement?
Is (D) incorrect because we have no clue on what the second speaker would say of this? With the first speaker I would think she would agree to this statement since she said owners can do whatever they want with any art simply because they own it. But we only know what the second speaker thinks of unique art, not art that is not unique. So it would be inconclusive on Jorge's end.
Finally, I'm not completely certain why (A) is correct but my thought process is as follows: Shana would agree to this since she thinks you can do whatever you want with any art if you own it. For Jorge, he would say no because he would say destroying the artwork for being unflattering is not reason ALONE to destroy it. Even if unflattering, if it was unique it shouldn't be destroyed from an ethical standpoint.
Please let me know what you think. I actually eliminated (A) off the best because the talk of a father's portrait in an unflattering light seemed a little irrelevant.
on September 28, 2019