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About 30’’ in the video you said the conclusion that “it wasn’t accepted because it didn’t cohere with the values.”
In my thought it can be ~C -> ~A. I don’t know why that will be ~A -> ~C.
Further, is “if it’s not accepted it is because it wasn’t coherent with the values” ~A -> ~C?
1. This argument concludes that there was a change in values, based on evidence that the draisenne wasn't accepted. It's saying that when a thing isn't accepted, that tells us there's been a change in values.
2. Exactly correct.
Thanks to you I know the conclusion, however what I can’t understand is how “it wasn’t accepted because it didn’t cohere with the values.” is equal to “because it wasn’t accepted there must be a change in values.”
This formulation is true every time there's a causal conclusion: the argument that concludes that X caused Y is always saying both X → Y (literally "X caused Y") and Y → X ("the fact that Y happens leads us to conclude that X was present").