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All Historians impose patterns. Thus those patterns reveal the different historians' presuppositions( can we consider for sure the presuppositions also include the historian's own presuppositions who imposed patterns?)
I think the gap is between " imposed patterns" with "presuppositions". The critic assumes "imposed patterns" must reveal "presuppositions".
My understanding of Answer E is that says the historian put his own ideas into the patterns he came up with.
My question is the stimulus says patterns reveal the different historians' presuppositions, instead of "all historians' presuppositions". Back to the answer E, can some historian just reveal the presuppositions underlying other historians' attempts and without his own's?