PT60, S1, Q23 - Libel is defined as damaging the reputation

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PT60, S1, Q23 - Libel is defined as damaging the reputation

Postby lsat_doobie » Sat Dec 04, 2010 4:45 pm

Can somebody please explain how E is an assumption for this question. I can't for the life of me wrap my head around this logic.

Also as a completely unrelated question, how would you diagram this rule: No one who is not A is B.. would it just be Not A then Not B(or B then A? as the contrapositive) I know no one who is not A is B would be.. a then not b, so in my question would you just negate the A?

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Re: PT60, S1, Q23 - Libel is defined as damaging the reputation

Postby luckyme » Sat Dec 04, 2010 5:09 pm

the conclusion does not follow as is; it focuses on bad reputations, so you need to link bad reputations with good ones.

B------>A

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Re: PT60, S1, Q23 - Libel is defined as damaging the reputation

Postby lsat_doobie » Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:13 am

So the correct assumption here is the contrapositive of E?




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