on December 28, 2019
The argument says almost all agree with Wangs Law, and also, almost all agree with E.B experiment. Then goes on to conclude that most therefore reject the M hypothesis since believing in both contradicts the M hypothesis.
Isn't this a classic case of incorrectly concluding from the fact that Most CS are A's, and Most B's are A's that most A's are both C and B when the best we can say is SOME A's are both?
In the context of this Q - the best we can say is SOME scientists agree with some Wangs Law and EB experiment, and thus reject M hypothesis. UNLESS.... we choose answer choice b which guarantees there is overlap.
Where did i go wrong? I was feeling pretty confident when I chose the answer choice - haha! Thanks guys :)
Skylar on December 29, 2019
on January 2, 2020
Ravi on February 7 at 09:57PM