The Structure of Scientific Revolutions

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Now available with a new Index, Kuhn's classic book offers "a landmark intelleectual history which has attracted attention far beyond its own immediate field (Nicholas Wade, Science). "Perhaps the best explanation of (the) process of discovery".--William Erwin Thompson, New York Times Book Review.

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leibniz08

Oct 10, 2009

Science from a Sociological standpoint

Although Kuhn's work reflects in many aspects profound influences from sociology, and might not be what you could consider to be a specialized study of science and its history, it is readable by all students in any discipline who are interested in reading a well written recount of the most important periods in scientific development. This, I believe was Kuhn's intention from the very beginning, to attract a general public and not just a group of specialists.

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