Section 3, Question 16 of the June 2007 LSAT contains an incomplete argument:
Philosopher: Nations are not literally persons; they have no thoughts or feelings, and, literally speaking, they perform no actions. Thus they have no moral rights or responsibilities. But no nation can survive unless many of its citizens attribute such rights and responsibilities to it, for nothing else could prompt people to make the sacrifices national citizenship demands. Obviously, then, a nation _______.
It’s not an easy argument to swallow, so I’ll do my best to nibble at it piece by piece. Continue reading ‘June 2007 LSAT, III, #16’ »