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Which element of this passage is most in drawing the conclusion?

lastly, if you propose to yourself the true end of argument, which is information, it may be a seasonable check to your passions; for if you search for truth only, it will be almost indifferent to you where you find it.

the conclusion is: the passage suggests that most people enter arguments looking to win, not to gather information.


the author notes that passionate people are typically the best at arguing.


the author notes that most people do not enjoy doing the research required to discover the truth.


the author notes that winning an argument is the ultimate victory.


the author suggests readers adopt a more sensible purpose for arguments.

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