September 2009 LSAT Section 1 Question 21
Melody on November 15, 2013Alright, so let's break down the principle in this stimulus. Though we have complete freedom of thought and expression, that does not mean that there is nothing wrong with exploiting depraved popular tastes for the sake of financial gain. So we are given an all encompassing rule telling us something is okay, but then qualifying that though we have this all encompassing rule, it doesn't mean that something depraved that falls under that rule is exempt from being considered as wrong.
Olivia on April 17, 2020I don't really understand your explanation as to why D is wrong -- yes we are not talking about the government limiting something in the passage, but we are also not talking about publishing companies. I thought D was right because it talks about an entity doing something about the depraved product, thereby removing it from financial exploitation.
Ben on April 23, 2020Hi Odsimkins, thanks for the question.