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I got this one right the first time I did it, now with some extra knowledge I got it wrong. When I reviewed this question the second time it appeared as if (e) did not touch the conclusion since it only talked about deceptiveness, but now I think I see why it is the correct answer. Is this the correct answer because while the answer doesn't touch on the ideal of morality, we already know that the advocate believes that there is a connection between deceptivenness and morality! Is that about right?