Direction: In each of the following questions, choose the most appropriate sequence of sentences from the given choices.
(i) We not only murder to dissect, but we also murder all the organs, all the cells and so on until there is nothing left that was in the living animal. (ii) Bradley railed against 'analysis' in the late 1800s. (iii) When Russell became a realist, he attacked this element of Bradley's idealism, defending the thesis that the components of facts can be identified by analysis. (iv) How did the word 'analytic' come into the tradition? The answer is pretty clear. (v) When you try to break some fact down into components, he claimed, the result is neither the fact you started with nor even a set of things that were parts of the original fact.
(iii) (ii) (iv) (v) (i)
(ii) (iv) (iii) (v) (i)
(i) (iii) (v) (ii) (iv)
(iv) (ii) (v) (i) (iii)
Correct Option: D
Sentence (ii) and (v) form a pair. (iii) has to be the concluding sentence.