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11. Civil libertarian: The categorical prohibition of any nonviolent means of expression inevitably poisons a society’s intellectual atmosphere. Therefore, those advocating censorship of all potentially offensive art are pursuing a course that is harmful to society.
Censorship advocate: You’re wrong, because many people are in agreement about what constitutes potentially offensive art.
The censorship advocate’s rebuttal is flawed because it
(A) attempts to extract a general rule from a specific case
(B) extracts an erroneous principle from a commonly held belief
(C) attacks the civil libertarians character instead of the argument
(D) relies on an irrelevant reason for rejecting the civil libertarian’s argument
(E) uses hyperbolic inflammatory language that obscures the issue at hand
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another D. The censorship advocate's statement does not provide a valid argument but states something irrelavant to the argument.
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