Having a tough time diagramming the answer choices. I could get the diagram for the stimuli:
(-)individual to cause harm --> it is wrong for govt. to restrict liberty.
(-)it is wrong for govt to restrict liberty --> inidividual causes harm
I'm figuring that publish something = liberty and to offend = not to cause harm. so I can simply replace it. But i'm having a hard time diagramming the answer choices. I'm stuck on A and B.
I can see that there is a difference in wording there: "it is not right" vs "it is not wrong" whereas in the premise it deliberately states "it is wrong" for restriction but *perhaps* there is an exception.
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