For the paper I'm writing on terminological disputes, I would like as many examples of terminological disputes as possible. There are a lot of potential examples within philosophy, but it would be good to have some from outside philosophy, too. In particular, it might be nice to start with an example from literature. If anyone can think of good examples from a work of fiction -- say, two characters having an argument that starts out looking like a substantive disagreement but which turns out to be an argument over a word -- please let me know. Examples from politics, science, everyday life wouldn't hurt, either. For that matter, I wouldn't mind gathering a lot of philosophical examples. So you're hereby requested to post suggestions in the comments or by e-mail.