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Heinrich Feyermahn, in insisting that Galileo did not fully uphold the tenets of scientific rationalism, does not (i)____________ the Italian astronomer, but rather the very edifice of Western thought. For if Galileo is the purported exemplar of rational thinking, and yet is (ii)____________, then the history of science cannot be understood as an endless succession of scientists carrying out their work free of all-too-human biases. Thus, Feyermahn admonishes, in faithfully chronicling the sweep of science in the last 300 years, historiographers would be (iii)____________ not to include the human foibles that were part of even the most ostensibly Apollonian endeavors. A. exclusively implicate B. found wanting C. prudent D. partially repudiate E. considered enlightened F. remiss G. fully espouse H. dismissed as inconsequential I. contrarian