GRE Text Completion Question 391
In contrast, some critics maintain that whatever authority judicial pronouncements have is exclusively institutional. Some of these critics go further, claiming that intellectual authority does not really exist一i.e., it reduces to institutional authority. But it can be (i)_____that these claims break down when a sufficiently broad historical perspective is taken: Not all arguments accepted by institutions withstand the test of time, and some well-reasoned arguments never receive institutional (ii)_____. The reasonable argument that goes unrecognized in its own time because it (iii)_____institutional beliefs is common in intellectual history; intellectual authority and institutional consensus are not the same thing.
|A countered||D predictability||G revised|
|B emulated||E imprimatur||H challenges|
|C appreciated||F accumulation||I accumulation|
Correct Answer: AEH