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I had to read this piece for a graduate class of mine. It was hard to follow the books concepts although I do feel it is well written. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Jennifer Revis
First, let me state the obvious - since Kuhn is talking about the philosophy of science, this is not light reading. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Wayne P.
This is a classic, influential book in the field of the philosophy of science. I read it in 1966, when it was revolutionizing our understanding of science by introducing the notion... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Alexandra Hopkins
One of the most influential books on how science is actually done.Published 26 days ago by DanielGree
The author makes some interesting points about the history of science and its processes, but uses far too many words to get there. The book is three times as long as it need be..Published 1 month ago by George Thompson