Both the ethical and pragmatic arguments of either side of the debate are short-sighted, limited, often based in obscure

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Both the ethical and pragmatic arguments of either side of the debate are short-sighted, limited, often based in obscure scientific literature, and in the end so rife with technicalities that, in both the laboratory and the field, the decision seems to come down to chance.

A. that, in both the laboratory and the field,
B. that – in both the laboratory as well as the field –
C. that, in both the laboratory and in working in the field,
D. that – in both the laboratory as well as working in the field –
E. that, in both the laboratory as well as working in the field,


OA A

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