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Teacher to student: You agree that it is bad to break

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+1 D

If we assume that breaking the explicit promise or the implicit promise will have the same effect, the teacher cannot conclude that the student should break the promise to his friend.
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D is the only one that is related to argument.

EXPLICIT PROMISE: promised Jeannie that you would tell me she is home sick
IMPLICIT PROMISE: with the teacher

Conclusion - teacher should not be told FALSE statement because it is bad i.e. badness of breaking IMPLICIT PROMISE is more than badness of breaking an EXPLICIT PROMISE

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