- Fri Oct 09, 2020 11:47 pm
I had to choose between B and E. I chose B because the example of driving on the right side of the road seems to imply that the author agrees with the philosophical anarchists that harming innocents is bad. Are there other examples to show acceptance of basic positions? The tone is so neutral that I find it hard to tell when the author is implicitly agreeing with the philosophical anarchists and when the author is just speaking for them, hence why "antipathy" in E drew me in. That one example determined my correct answer choice, so I would love to know if there are additional ones.
Also, I don't completely understand what E is trying to say. The mention of antipathy towards the theory was really attractive to me, but I don't understand the phrase "antipathy towards both the theory and certain of its logical consequences. What is the "both" referring to? Is this a grammar typo?