Anger in response to insults is unreasonable, for insults are merely assertions that someone has undesirable characte...

on October 28, 2020


Hi why is B wrong? Thanks!

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Michael on April 27, 2021


I think like you, I also forgot that this question is a sufficient premise question. Meaning that the answer must guarantee that the conclusion follows from the stimulus. B only gets at one prong of the premises, which must both be accounted for in order for this conclusion to be guaranteed.

B only covers the scenario in which the information is true. What about when it is not true? Why shouldn't people be angry then?

C is correct because it gets at both of the premises, making the argument airtight.