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Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be discredited.

A. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

B. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others is

C. Like other famous pioneers of science did, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

D. Rudolph Virchow, like other famous pioneers of science, rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others will be

E. Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time like other famous pioneers of science did, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be
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Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be discredited.

A. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

B. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others is

C. Like other famous pioneers of science did, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

D. Rudolph Virchow, like other famous pioneers of science, rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others will be

E. Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time like other famous pioneers of science did, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

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The word proposed is not an authoritative word, so how can the preposition be is used.? Only commanding words can use 'be form' correct.?

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Some theory here:

The Present Subjunctive is used to express (and emphasize) urgency, importance, desirability, demand, order, suggestion, request.

The Present Subjunctive is used in subject subordinate clauses in sentences with the formal subject "It" after "it is necessary that; it is important that; it is imperative that; it is crucial that; it is vital that; it is essential that; it is urgent that; it is required that; it is advisable that; it is desirable that" and after other similar expressions.

The Present Subjunctive is also used in object subordinate clauses after "demand that; order that; command that; urge that; insist that; advise that; recommend that; suggest that; propose that; request that; ask that; beg that".


Source: http://usefulenglish.ru/grammar/present-subjunctive
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The word proposed is not an authoritative word, so how can the preposition be is used.? Only commanding words can use 'be form' correct.?


Well actually the word "proposed" is one of 9 words requiring the subjunctive on the GMAT:

propose / recommend / require / request / insist / suggest / mandate / ask / demand are all words which describe an attempt to influence or provoke someone else's action.

An easy way to remember them is by using the acronym PRRR IS MAD (Remember a Cat, which is mad). This acutally comes from the economist. Nice one to remember.

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Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be discredited.

A. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

B. Like other famous pioneers of science, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others is

C. Like other famous pioneers of science did, Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

D. Rudolph Virchow, like other famous pioneers of science, rejected professionally accepted theories of the time, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others will be

E. Rudolph Virchow rejected professionally accepted theories of the time like other famous pioneers of science did, and following his own beliefs and research, proposed that the concept that certain races are superior to others be

what if option C started with 'as' instead of 'like'?

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what if option C started with 'as' instead of 'like'?


Option C would then be correct.

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chaitu405 wrote:
what if option C started with 'as' instead of 'like'?


Option C would then be correct.


Wouldn't "As" then be an example and not a comparison? The sentence seems to be comparing Rudolph Virchow to these other pioneering scientists, not presenting him to be an example of one. Or am i just overthinking this?
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