new age philosopher: nature evolves organically and nonlinearly. furthermore, it can best be understood as a whole; its parts are so interconnected that none could exist without support from others. therefore, attaining the best possible understanding of nature requires an organic, holistic, nonlinear way of reasoning of science, which proceeds through experiments on deliberately isolated parts of nature.
the reasoning is most vulnerable to criticism on the grounds that...
B. overlookds the possibility that the overall structure of a phenomenon is not always identical to the overall structure of the reasoning that people do about that phenemenon
E. takes for granted that a phenomenon that can best be understood as having certain properties can best be understood only through reasoning that shares those properties
cr is e, but can anybody tell me why b is incorrect? i also don't see how e is correct because i don't see where the stimulus claims that it can best be understood ONLY through reasoning that shares those properties
thanks in advance
The bolded text indicates why E is correct and B is incorrect.