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A few more on Kuhn

  1. Sep 22, 2004 #1
    Hello again... I would like to ask some questions... because I am not certain if my answers are indeed correct.. Hope someone helps me

    According to Kuhn... ​

    Did Kuhn mention about his insight on the effect..? If this would continue, then the older paradigms will simply disappear, which could be useful later on.

    Did Kuhn say something about these factors? Isn't it that the scientists who use the same paradigms and those scientists who continue to "repeat" the "experiment" are the factors that would make up the invisibility of revolutions? So I believe this could be the factors...

    :D Am I right here?
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