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October 2015 LSAT
It can be inferred that the author of passage B would be likely to be most skeptical of which one of the following id...
on December 19 at 05:20AM
Why is B correct? Why is D wrong?
Why is B correct? Why is D incorrect?
on December 19 at 06:56PM
Hi Manvir, thanks for the question.
In this question, we are looking to identify the answer choice which contains an idea from passage A that author B would disagree/be most sceptical about.
Answer choice B states that positive evidence plays no role in supporting a theory. Author B would disagree with this because the positive evidence regarding correctly predicting Mercury's orbit solidified Einstein's theory.
Answer choice D should, for future reference, be a simple answer choice to dismiss. Author B never discussed logical asymmetry. When one speaker does not have an opinion on an answer choice, then it cannot be the point of disagreement.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you have any other question!
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