What does Paul D mean when he thinks that "more important than what Sethe had done was what she claimed"? (prt1: chp15-18)

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Paul D sees Sethe's actions of killing her children, not by the act itself but rather what she claimed about the act. Paul D questions Sethe's claim that the killing was about love.