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Thomas Kuhn


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Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922-1996) was an influential philosopher of science of the twentieth century after suggesting science progresses through stages of stability (normal phases) and academic revolutions.<ref>Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy</ref>His 1962 work entitled The Structure of Scientific Revolutions is a seminal work on scientific change and popularized the term paradigm. <ref>The Tech online edition. MIT.</ref>

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The Structure of Scientific Revolutions