Thomas Kuhn's Revolution
Drawing on the rich archival sources at MIT, and engaging fully with current scholarship on Kuhn, Marcum's is the first book to show in detail how Kuhn's influence transcended the boundaries of the history and philosophy of science community to reach many others - sociologists, economists, theologians, political scientists, educators, and even policy makers and politicians.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 156 x 234 x 12.7mm | 294.84g
- 01 Jul 2009
- Continuum Publishing Corporation
- New York, United States
- black & white illustrations
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01 Feb 2006
Table of contents
1. Background to Kuhn's work.
2. Kuhn's intellectual biography and its context.
Part II: Kuhn's history/philosophy of science
3. Kuhn's work up to and including The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.
4. Reactions to Structure and Kuhn's responses.
Part III: Appropriation of Kuhn's work
6. Kuhn's revolution and its future.
About James A. Marcum