A revolutionary philosopher of science

Thomas S. Kuhn, who died on 17 June aged 73, is best known for introducing the principles of 'paradigms' and Incommensurability' into the study of science. The influence of his work, however, goes beyond such slogans.

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Hull, D. A revolutionary philosopher of science. Nature 382, 203–204 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1038/382203a0

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