As they occur in the following statements, label the

reasons for the conclusion as appeals to the motive

(M), the act (A), or the consequences (C).

a. Although you intended well, what you did

was bad because it caused more harm than

good.

b. We ought always to tell the truth to others

because they have a right to know the truth.

c. Although it did turn out badly, you did not want

that, and thus you should not be judged harshly

for what you caused