Some people claim that every human discovery or invention is an instance of self-expression. But what they seem to ignore is that, trivially, anything we do is self-expressive. So, until they can give us a more interesting interpretation of their claim, we are not obliged to take their claim seriously.
Which one of the following, if true, provides the most support for the reasoning above?
(A) All claims that are trivial are uninteresting.
(B) Most people do not take trivial claims seriously.
(C) No claims that are trivial are worthy of serious consideration.
(D) Every claim is open to both interesting and uninteresting interpretations.
(E) Every interpretation is either trivial or uninteresting.