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  1. argues against, or debates the accepted knowledge or opinion

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  2. can range in scope from private disputes between two individuals to large-scale disagreements between societies

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  3. The term originates in c.1384, from Latin controversia, as a composite of controversus "turned in an opposite direction", from contra- "against" and versus (see verse)

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  4. Perennial areas of controversy include religion, philosophy and politics

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  5. in matters of theology has traditionally been particularly heated, giving rise to the phrase odium theologicum

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  6. In the theory of law, a controversy differs from a legal case

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