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# Some historians of science have argued that science moves

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662. Some historians of science have argued that science moves forward not so much because of the insights of great thinkers but because of more mundane developments, such as improved tools and technologies.
(A) because of the insights of great thinkers but because of
(B) because of the insights of great thinkers as the result of
(C) because of the insights of great thinkers as because of
(D) through the insights of great thinkers but through
(E) through the insights of great thinkers but result from

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11 Mar 2007, 06:40
C.

Most parallel and idiomatic

not so much because of X as because of Y.

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11 Mar 2007, 06:57
for me too its C so much as is idomatic, while linking because to because is parallel...

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11 Mar 2007, 09:52
C

maintains //ism "because of ... because of" and is also idiomatic "not so... as"

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