Thursday, June 29, 2017

Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right

Possible interpretation: If somebody does something bad to you, it will not make things ok if you do something bad to them in return.

Note: wrong (noun) = an injustice; an unjust or immoral action | right (noun) = justice; something that is just or moral

Quick Quiz:

If "two wrongs do not make a right", we should counter one injustice with
  1. another injustice
  2. two more injustices
  3. justice

The answer is c. 



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