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Criticism and the Growth of Knowledge: Reflections on my Critics
1. Introduction. 2. Methodology: the role of history and sociology . 3. Normal Science: its nature and functions . 4. Normal Science: its retrieval from history . 5. Irrationality and Theory-Choice .Expand
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The Copernican revolution : planetary astronomy in the development of western thought
* Foreword by James Bryant Conant *1. The Ancient Two-Sphere Universe *2. The Problem of the Planets *3. The Two-Sphere Universe in Aristotelian Thought *4. Recasting the Tradition. Aristotle to theExpand
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The Essential Tension
Thomas Kuhn is very well known in the history of science and his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions remains one of the most cited academic works of the last century. Kuhn’s use of the termExpand
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Commensurability, Comparability, Communicability
  • T. Kuhn
  • Philosophy
  • PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the…
  • 1 January 1982
The author's concept of incommensurability is explicated by elaborating the claim that some terms essential to the formulation of older theories defy translation into the language of more recentExpand
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Historical structure of scientific discovery.
  • T. Kuhn
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Science
  • 1 June 1962
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Concentration levels of zearalenone and its metabolites in urine, muscle tissue, and liver samples of pigs fed with mycotoxin-contaminated oats.
The content of zearalenone and its metabolites in urine and tissue samples from pigs fed zearalenone-contaminated oats was established by analytical methods combining solid-phase extraction cleanupExpand
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Notes on Lakatos
The invitation which has brought me here to comment on Professor Lakatos’ paper has given me much pleasure, for I have long been an admirer of his work, particularly of his early four-part paper,Expand
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