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THE STRUCTURE OF SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTIONS

Thomas S. Kuhn

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Univ. of Chicago Press, 4th edition, 2012, 217 pgs., index, footnotes, paperback - with introduction by Ian Hacking

 
 

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Introduction

 

I - Introduction: A Role for History

 
 

II - The Route to Normal Science

 
 

III - The Nature of Normal Science

 
 

IV - Normal Science as Puzzle- solving

 

V - The Priority of Paradigms

 

VI - Anomaly and the Emergence of Scientific Discoveries

 

VII -Crisis and the Emergence of Scientific Theories

 

VIII - The Response to Crisis

 

IX - The Nature and Necessity of Scientific Revolutions

 

X - Revolutions as Changes of World View

 
 

XI - The Invisibility of Revolutions

 
 

XII - The Resolution of Revolutions

 
 

XIII - Progress through Revolutions

 
 

Postscript - 1969

 
 

 
     

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