Buddy, Can You Spare a Paradigm?

Matt Kramer
Issue: May 31, 2008

One of the most influential books of the past 50 years was Thomas S. Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962). Kuhn submitted that "progress" in science was achieved not by a step-by-step accretive process but rather by radical new ways of looking at things, what he called "paradigms.

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