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In the last decades there was a structural turn in the classic debate between scientific realists and antirealists with empiricist orientation. Two main arguments support the realist conception: the 'No Miracle Argument' and the thesis of continuity. The thesis of continuity states that some parts of a theory are retained when a scientific change takes place. In a current famous article, J. Worrall (1989) defends the continuity argument by stating that what is preserved in the succession of twodoi:10.5007/1808-1711.2008v12n1p87 fatcat:j3fgyd2bi5f77ietgkpa3evtaa