On the endless route of biological systematics

The only difference between cladistics and Linnean systematics is that the former assumes that kinds are real, whereas the latter assumes that they aren’t.

It means that the former ends in paradoxical contradiction, whereas the latter ends in ambiguity.

This fact means that biological systematics will never come to an end, because it can’t find unambiguity and it can’t accept ambiguity. Instead, it will search the impossible solution forever.


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