on May 11 at 05:41PM
I noticed in the stimulus the necessary assumption that maintaining robots is demeaning work so I really liked B initially because the argument certainly assumes that maintaining robots is demeaning work. The problem with B is that the argument doesn't set out to prove the maintenance of robots is demeaning work or that robots create demeaning work, the argument sets out to prove that demeaning work can't be eliminated by robots.
Does anyone have a better explanation for why B is wrong? Or if I am right can someone better bolster my argument? Because I can talk myself out of my own explanation at the moment.
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on May 13 at 05:15PM