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The author's argument about paranoia is presented primarily by:


  1. treating the disease as a mental aberration.

  2. providing experimental evidence against a conclusion

  3. presenting new findings about a malady and showing its defects

  4. presenting the diagnosis and suggesting means for protection.


Solution

The correct option is D

presenting the diagnosis and suggesting means for protection.


Option (a) is too vague. It does not provide the answer clearly. The author refers to paranoia as a mental aberration only in the acute case; hence this will not be applicable in general. There is no experiment being conducted. Option (b) is ruled out. Option (c) is out of scope. Option (d) captures the author’s argument perfectly.

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