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In what way can "cheating" be viewed as something other than a moral deficiency?

Click on the response below (or it's letter) which best reflects the preparatory reading for this seminar:

Chantessy's Mardi Gras A and Link to Comment on A Answer Cheating can be explained as a kind of magical invocation to protect the universe a student understands.
Chantessy's Mardi Gras B and Link to Comment on B Answer Cheating cannot be a moral deficiency if "everyone is doing it."
Chantessy's Mardi Gras C and Link to Comment on C Answer Cheating does not represent moral deficiency if you have a good moral reason for doing it.
Chantessy's Mardi Gras D and Link to Comment on D Answer Cheating does not matter if you are intrinsically motivated to learn.
Chantessy's Mardi Gras E and Link to Comment on E Answer All of the above.

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