Isaiah on December 5, 2019
So I understand, why, when diagrammed answer choice A is correct. However, when I think through the reasoning myself I find that performing difficult music and what is necessary to perform difficult music are different. Just because I must do a lot of tedious practice in order to become proficient in difficult music, doesn't mean that later I cannot effortlessly perform difficult music. In other words, just because I need to have gone through tedious practice in order to perform difficult music, doesn't mean performing difficult music is tedious... it seems like they made a jump in the conclusion.
On the other hand the stimulus relies on the concept of "arbitrary" which doesn't seem the same... As I can make the argument fairly easily that everything is ultimately arbitrary/relative, which is different. Which is one of the reasons I was leaning towards D, which has subjective, although it does make a jump in logic when talking about resentment.
Anyhow, some greater explanation would be great. As I ruled out A quickly because I saw it as a flawed argument.
Ben on December 5, 2019
Isaiah on December 6, 2019