Reasons for the failure of theories

Philosophy of Science 61 (4):529-533 (1994)
A theory may be invalid, not owing to erroneous observations or the invocation of an inappropriate law, but because of the use of equivocal terms. This is demonstrated for Darwin's failed model of sympatric speciation through the principle of divergence
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