The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

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Thomas S. Kuhn's classic book is now available with a new index."A landmark in intellectual history which has attracted attention far beyond its own immediate field. . . . It is written with a combination of depth and clarity that make it an almost
Ha scritto il 13/06/12
In my opinion, we should be careful using "paradigm shift" in the Kuhnian sense, unless you have read and understood this book (and the different meanings of paradigm). Kuhn points out that science does not develop in a linear/ cumulative manner, ...Continua
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Ha scritto il 17/01/12
To better understand
I've added this book to topic/books-to-better-understand-societies because I think understanding the evolution of the "scientific thought" is key for the understanding of modern societies. Also because the book was (rightfully IMO) defined as one of ...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/10/11
Hermeneutics
The right guide to understand how the human interpretation of reality has changed in the last 400 years. History and analysis of the scientific thought.
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Ha scritto il 20/08/09
This is a great book, and I recommend it to everyone. Having said that, There has to be a warning: it tends to be reeeally dry, to have some (frankly boring) repetitions, and to drag certain discussions out way beyond what would be needed to prove ...Continua
Ha scritto il 08/07/08
anyway, I don't like such a sociological point of view even it's really a masterpiece. :Q
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