How valid is it to use concepts like "fundamentals", "origins" etc. how are they to be judged?
Particularly, consider e.g.
Darwin's On the Origin of Species.
Now, to claim "the origin" suggests that it's a foundational basis (for species studies or something), right?
However, I'm unsure as to whether Darwin for example was able to demonstrate that it's in fact the origin and logically speaking "the only origin there is".
Could it then be considered "professional" that one'd avoid using terms that make/imply claims that cannot be supported?
Darwin could have called the Origin of Species "A Study on Species"?
It's possible that "big words" are used to claim unwarranted weight.
Consider the social and time-relative aspect of truth. Then to say something is fundamental requires that it's such regardless of the people and the time (and place). But is such ever possible?