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# To be mentally healthy, people must have self-respect.

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To be mentally healthy, people must have self-respect. People can maintain selfrespect only by continually earning the respect of others they esteem. They can earn this respect only by treating these others morally.

Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?

(A) People who are mentally healthy will be treated morally by others.
(B) People who are mentally healthy will have treated morally those they esteem.
(C) People who are mentally healthy must have self-respect in order to be treated morally by morally by others.
(D) People can expect to be treated morally by others only if they esteem these others.
(E) People who have self-respect seldom treat morally those they esteem.

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15 Jan 2009, 12:48
To be mentally healthy, people must have self-respect. People can maintain selfrespect only by continually earning the respect of others they esteem. They can earn this respect only by treating these others morally.

Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?

(A) People who are mentally healthy will be treated morally by others.
(B) People who are mentally healthy will have treated morally those they esteem.
(C) People who are mentally healthy must have self-respect in order to be treated morally by morally by others.
(D) People can expect to be treated morally by others only if they esteem these others.
(E) People who have self-respect seldom treat morally those they esteem.

MH needs SR

SR maintained by treating E morally and earning R

Now lets take the piece People who are mentally healthy

People who are MH have SR

They have SR means they have treated E morally and earned R from E

Hence B. What is OA & OE?

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15 Jan 2009, 12:58
IMO A..

SR ---> Mental health

earn respect by others ---> SR

treat others morallyy ---> SR

so I think A fits here ...

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Re: CR: morally [#permalink]

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16 Jan 2009, 00:37
MH------> Self respect----------> respect others whom they esteem -------------->treat others morally
Only B satisfies this. Hence B
To be mentally healthy, people must have self-respect. People can maintain selfrespect only by continually earning the respect of others they esteem. They can earn this respect only by treating these others morally.

Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?

(A) People who are mentally healthy will be treated morally by others.
(B) People who are mentally healthy will have treated morally those they esteem.
(C) People who are mentally healthy must have self-respect in order to be treated morally by morally by others.
(D) People can expect to be treated morally by others only if they esteem these others.
(E) People who have self-respect seldom treat morally those they esteem.

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16 Jan 2009, 01:30
ritula wrote:
MH------> Self respect----------> respect others whom they esteem -------------->treat others morally
Only B satisfies this. Hence B
To be mentally healthy, people must have self-respect. People can maintain selfrespect only by continually earning the respect of others they esteem. They can earn this respect only by treating these others morally.

Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?

(A) People who are mentally healthy will be treated morally by others.
(B) People who are mentally healthy will have treated morally those they esteem.
(C) People who are mentally healthy must have self-respect in order to be treated morally by morally by others.
(D) People can expect to be treated morally by others only if they esteem these others.
(E) People who have self-respect seldom treat morally those they esteem.

I believe the answer is C. Can the OP review the question and answers to make sure they are typed correctly.

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16 Jan 2009, 05:52
same logic as icandy, went with B

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17 Jan 2009, 15:20
OA B

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