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# Either you severely punish a child who is bad or the child

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05 Apr 2004, 08:09
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Either you severely punish a child who is bad or the child will grow up to be a criminal. Your child has just been bad. Therefore, you should punish the child severely.

All EXCEPT which of the following would be an appropriate objection to the argument?
A) what do you consider to be a severe punishment?
B) what do you mean by the term "bad"?
C) Isn't your "either-or" premise an oversimplification?
E) In what way has this child been bad?
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05 Apr 2004, 09:02
D for me...They donot contradict each other...

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05 Apr 2004, 11:05
OA: D
That was too easy for you guys
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