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Re: Two things are true of all immoral actions. First, if they [#permalink]
26 Apr 2015, 06:16
According to the argument, immoral actions are "always" accompanied by feelings of guilt. So, when A says that some immoral actions that are not performed in public are "not" accompanied by feelings of guilt, this is definitely false.
When it comes to C, it says that some actions that offend public sensibilities if they are performed in public are not accompanied by feelings of guilt. Well, the argument says that all immoral actions, if they are performed in public, offend public sensibilities. But the argument clearly does not mention/claim that all actions performed in public that offend public sensibilities are immoral. In other words, it is possible that some actions are "not-immoral" are performed in public, and offend public sensibilities. Now, whether these "not-immoral" actions are or are not accompanied by feelings of guilt, the argument does not offer any information (the argument only mentions that "immoral" actions are accompanied by feelings of guilt; what about "not-immoral" actions? Argument does not offer any information). So, we cannot say for sure whether C is true or false.
E was another one that slightly confused me initially. It says that every action performed in public that is accompanied by feelings of guilt is immoral. Again, we cannot say for sure, because the argument does not discuss anything about "not-immoral" actions. In other words, it is possible that "not-immoral" actions performed in public are also accompanied by feelings of guilt.