on April 1, 2020
Initially I got this problem incorrect but upon review I understood it. Now after some time I went back and now im still having issue. Here is my breakdown:
Act morally wrong > Offend against humanity
all offenses against humanity> equally bad
stimulus gives example with murder as an act
Onto to the answer choices,
Answer Choice A:
"if lying is morally wrong, telling a lie is as bad as murdering someone."
lying is the action in the principle in our stimulus which means lying is morally wrong, which offends humanity and is equally bad.
So how does the jump between the acts mean its just as bad as murdering someone?
is it because morally wrong actions are all equally bad
so they all fall under the same umbrella?
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on April 7, 2020