I am talking about how an author notes the problem in only one aspect of a theory. I know there exists a construction on the lines of "takes notice", but is more apt here.
What is that construction?
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In the title you say:
His objection only takes (SOMETHING) with one aspect of the theory.
I think you mean:
His objection only takes account of one aspect of the theory