Discussion :: Statement and Argument - Section 1 (Q.No.28)
Each question given below consists of a statement, followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a 'strong' argument and which is a 'weak' argument.
- (A) If only argument I is strong
- (B) If only argument II is strong
- (C) If either I or II is strong
- (D) If neither I nor II is strong and
- (E) If both I and II are strong.
|Philip said: (Jun 24, 2011)|
|The statement 2 says that nothing should be banned, but the que is whether non veg food is to banned.|
|Ankit said: (Mar 4, 2014)|
|The second statement is too strong and generalise how it can be the answer.|
|Bhaskar said: (Jul 17, 2014)|
|Statement 2 says "nothing" should be banned ! It means we cannot ban illegal or harmful things also? How can it be a strong argument?|
|Attapattu said: (Mar 11, 2015)|
|Yes, isn't that too extreme? The use of the phrase 'nothing should be banned' indicates that even if every household has a rocket launcher and army tank, the government cannot impose any restriction or can on this. How is that correct?|
|Yunus said: (Jun 18, 2015)|
|In the statement it was not said that the country is democratic.|
|Shikher said: (Mar 4, 2016)|
|How can 2nd argument be strong ?
I think 2nd one is vague.
|Vivek said: (Jan 14, 2017)|
|I think D is the answer.|
|Aniket said: (Jul 23, 2018)|
|The 2nd argument is vague as it says NOTHING SHOULD BE BANNED which is not appropriate.|
|Anchal said: (Nov 26, 2018)|
|The answer should be D.
Because how can we say that nothing can be banned taking into the consideration of the harmful and illegal things?
|Manav said: (Jan 29, 2019)|
|Yes, the exact answer is 'D'.|
|Garry said: (Oct 1, 2019)|
|"Nothing" isn't feel too ambiguous? How can this be answer?|
|Akash Basak said: (Feb 21, 2020)|
|Answer is neither 1 nor 2.|
|Manish Rai said: (Feb 27, 2021)|
|The right answer is option D.|
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