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I chose answer C on this one. I got caught thinking that it mentioned "Change requires a motive" as a motive is necessary for change to occur but does not mean it is sufficient for someone to change. And the conclusion stated that it will cause the person to change. Do you have any advice to clear this up? Or am I thinking about it completely wrong.
Like you I wanted to find something that talked about gentle criticism
You raise a really good question here!
I think the correct way to see it is that the argument establishes harsh criticism as necessary for causing change. That is, instead of thinking about the relationship as saying "HC causes change", or HC → Change, think about it as saying "if you want to cause change, you must use HC", or Cause Change → HC.
So HC is necessary to the possibility of cause rather than being necessary for the act of change.
Change - Motive
Harsh crit - unpleasant - Motive
i got the question right since i could see the conflagration, but i don't see the connection between the first premise of mine and the second that creates the conclusion.