Upgrade to access all content for this subject
Which of the following is NOT among Edmund’s arguments for why illegitimate (“bastard”) children should not be considered “base”?
Because they were born outside of the bounds wedlock, illegitimate children have a perspective on life that legitimate children simply can’t have access to.
Illegitimate children are actually superior to their legitimate counterparts, having been conceived in moments of true passion.
An illegitimate child is no less lovable than a legitimate child is.
It is only social convention, and not nature, that has determined that illegitimate children are inferior.
The physical capacities, talent, and intelligence of illegitimate children are no less than those of legitimate children.