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# I agree that Hogan’s actions resulted in grievous injury to Winters

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I agree that Hogan’s actions resulted in grievous injury to Winters. And I do not deny that Hogan fully realized the nature of his actions and the effects that they would have. Indeed, I would not disagree if you pointed out that intentionally causing such effects is reprehensible, other things being equal. But in asking you to concur with me that Hogan’s actions not be wholly condemned I emphasize again that Hogan mistakenly believed Winters to be the robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the past several months.

Which one of the following most accurately expresses the conclusion of the argument?

A. Hogan should not be considered responsible for the injuries sustained by Winters.
B. The robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings should be considered to be as responsible for
Winters’s injuries as Hogan.
C. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters are not completely blameworthy.
D. Hogan thought that Winters was the person who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the last
few months.
E. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters were reprehensible, other things being equal.
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15 Oct 2018, 02:25
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GMATYoda wrote:
I agree that Hogan’s actions resulted in grievous injury to Winters. And I do not deny that Hogan fully realized the nature of his actions and the effects that they would have. Indeed, I would not disagree if you pointed out that intentionally causing such effects is reprehensible, other things being equal. But in asking you to concur with me that Hogan’s actions not be wholly condemned I emphasize again that Hogan mistakenly believed Winters to be the robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the past several months.

Which one of the following most accurately expresses the conclusion of the argument?

A. Hogan should not be considered responsible for the injuries sustained by Winters.
B. The robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings should be considered to be as responsible for
Winters’s injuries as Hogan.
C. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters are not completely blameworthy.
D. Hogan thought that Winters was the person who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the last
few months.
E. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters were reprehensible, other things being equal.

A. Hogan should not be considered responsible for the injuries sustained by Winters.
-The para mentions that Hogan mistakenly believed Winters to be the robber, however it is not the case that he cannot be considered responsible.
--Out
B. The robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings should be considered to be as responsible for
Winters’s injuries as Hogan.
--Cannot be inferred
--Out
C. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters are not completely blameworthy.
-The para mentions that Hogan mistakenly believed Winters to be the robber and Hogan’s actions not be wholly condemned.
D. Hogan thought that Winters was the person who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the last
few months.
-Restatement
--Out
E. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters were reprehensible, other things being equal
-Restatement
--Out

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15 Oct 2018, 05:27
GMATYoda wrote:
I agree that Hogan’s actions resulted in grievous injury to Winters. And I do not deny that Hogan fully realized the nature of his actions and the effects that they would have. Indeed, I would not disagree if you pointed out that intentionally causing such effects is reprehensible, other things being equal. But in asking you to concur with me that Hogan’s actions not be wholly condemned I emphasize again that Hogan mistakenly believed Winters to be the robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the past several months.

Which one of the following most accurately expresses the conclusion of the argument?

A. Hogan should not be considered responsible for the injuries sustained by Winters.
B. The robber who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings should be considered to be as responsible for
Winters’s injuries as Hogan.
C. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters are not completely blameworthy.
D. Hogan thought that Winters was the person who had been terrorizing west-side apartment buildings for the last
few months.
E. The actions of Hogan that seriously injured Winters were reprehensible, other things being equal.

C should be the ans . Every other choice is either out of scope or just a restatement of what was written in the passage
Re: I agree that Hogan’s actions resulted in grievous injury to Winters   [#permalink] 15 Oct 2018, 05:27
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