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The reception given to Kimura’s radical

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The reception given to Kimura’s radical theory of molecular evolution shows that when __________ fights orthodoxy to a draw, then novelty has seized a good chunk of space from convention.
A imitation
B reaction
C dogmatism
D invention
E caution


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The sentence sets up two parallel, contrasting concepts. The word in the blank must contrast with “orthodoxy,” and since “convention” in the second contrasting pair is synonymous
with “orthodoxy,” the correct answer should be roughly synonymous with “novelty.” The word “invention” is the best choice.
Thus, the correct answer is invention (Choice D).
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