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In an experiment, each volunteer was allowed to choose between an easy

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New post 31 Jan 2018, 12:13
This is question is so hard to think through, I must be not smart enough....
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New post 06 Aug 2018, 22:24
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No one who said they had acted fairly in choosing the easy task would have said that it was unfair for someone else to do so. The argument would be crushed, and thus this option is required.


'at least some' can be negated in the following way...'all said they had acted fairly'...or 'no one said they acted fairly'

if all said they acted fairly...then this does not affect the argument on negation...

request you to kindly shed some light on this...
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It should be 'no one said they acted fairly'. Hope this has answered your 2nd question as well. in case of 'no one', argument is not standing true as few are not feeling well moraled.
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