The structure of scientific revolutions Thomas S. Kuhn ; with an introductory essay by Ian Hacking

By: Kuhn, Thomas S [author]
Contributor(s): Hacking, Ian [author of preface]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Chicago London The University of Chicago Press [2012]Edition: Fourth editionDescription: XLVI, 217 pagesContent type: text Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0226458113; 9780226458113; 0226458121; 9780226458120; 0226458148 (electronic); 9780226458144 (electronic)Subject(s): Science -- Philosophy | Science -- HistoryDDC classification: 501 LOC classification: Q175Other classification: 02.02 | 70.03 | CI 6433 | CC 3000
Contents:
Introductory essay / by Ian Hacking -- Preface -- Introduction: a role for history -- The route to normal science -- The nature of normal science -- Normal science as puzzle-solving -- The priority of paradigms -- Anomaly and the emergence of scientific discoveries -- Crisis and the emergence of scientific theories -- The response to crisis -- The nature and necessity of scientific revolutions -- Revolutions as changes of world view -- The invisibility of revolutions -- The resolution of revolutions -- Progress through revolutions -- Postscript-1969..
Summary: A role for history -- The route to normal science -- The nature of normal science -- Normal science as puzzle-solving -- The priority of paradigms -- Anomaly and the emergence of scientific discoveries -- Crisis and the emergence of scientific theories -- The response to crisis -- The nature and necessity of scientific revolutions -- Revolutions as changes of world view -- The invisibility of revolutions -- The resolution of revolutions -- Progress through revolutions
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Introductory essay / by Ian Hacking -- Preface -- Introduction: a role for history -- The route to normal science -- The nature of normal science -- Normal science as puzzle-solving -- The priority of paradigms -- Anomaly and the emergence of scientific discoveries -- Crisis and the emergence of scientific theories -- The response to crisis -- The nature and necessity of scientific revolutions -- Revolutions as changes of world view -- The invisibility of revolutions -- The resolution of revolutions -- Progress through revolutions -- Postscript-1969..

A role for history -- The route to normal science -- The nature of normal science -- Normal science as puzzle-solving -- The priority of paradigms -- Anomaly and the emergence of scientific discoveries -- Crisis and the emergence of scientific theories -- The response to crisis -- The nature and necessity of scientific revolutions -- Revolutions as changes of world view -- The invisibility of revolutions -- The resolution of revolutions -- Progress through revolutions

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