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" Their achievement was sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring group of adherents away from competing modes of scientific activity. Simultaneously, it was sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of practitioners... "
Open Sources 2.0: The Continuing Evolution - 272. lappuse
autors: Chris DiBona, Mark Stone, Danese Cooper - 2005 - 490 lapas
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Essays on John Maynard Keynes

Milo Keynes - 1975 - 306 lapas
...scientific thought, that is, as a body of concepts and rules of procedure established by achievements 'sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring group of adherents away from competing modes of ... activity'. The British political culture consisted of a set of values and conventions of behaviour...
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The Structure of Scientific Theories

Frederick Suppe - 1977 - 818 lapas
...Ihid., See. V, eI pnv.vim. :»;l Ihid., p. 23. :1" Ihid., Seres. II, III, IV. plars "are achievements sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring...adherents away from competing modes of scientific activity [which are] . . . sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of...
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Chemistry Though Models

...called paradigms: he writes (ref. 4) Achievements that share these two characteristics . . . (attracting an enduring group of adherents away from competing modes of scientific activity and being sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems to be solved) . . . I shall henceforth...
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Object Relations in Psychoanalytic Theory

Jay Greenberg, Psychoanalyst Jay R Greenberg, Stephen A. Mitchell, Frederic G. Greenberg, Reader in Classics Stephen Mitchell - 1983 - 437 lapas
...that those contributions which are to be understood as paradigms have two defining characteristics: "their achievement was sufficiently unprecedented...scientific activity. Simultaneously, it was sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of practitioners to resolve" (p....
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The Languages of Creativity: Models, Problem-solving, Discourse

Mark Amsler - 1986 - 206 lapas
...function. "They were also to do so," Kuhn observes, "because they shared two essential characteristics. Their achievement was sufficiently unprecedented to...scientific activity. Simultaneously, it was sufficiently openended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of practitioners to resolve" (Kuhn,...
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The Galileo Connection

Charles E. Hummel - 1986 - 293 lapas
...work is done. Kuhn calls the new view a paradigm, an achievement with two essential characteristics: "sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring...adherents away from competing modes of scientific activity . . . [and] sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of practitioners...
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Juridification of Social Spheres: A Comparative Analysis in the Areas of ...

Gunther Teubner - 1987 - 446 lapas
...scientific community acknowledges for a time as supplying the foundation for its further practice. . . Their achievement was sufficiently unprecedented to...scientific activity. Simultaneously, it was sufficiently open-ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of practicioners to resolve. . ....
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Primate Evolution and Human Origins

John G. Fleagle - 1985 - 396 lapas
...scientific community on the basis of a foundation paradigm that shares two characteristics: (1) that it was sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring...adherents away from competing modes of scientific activity and (2) that it was sufficiently openended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined group of...
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Console and Classify: The French Psychiatric Profession in the Nineteenth ...

Jan Goldstein - 1990 - 414 lapas
...Kuhn calls a "paradigm." Thouret's "new method" is like Kuhn's paradigmatic "puzzle solution . . . sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring...away from competing modes of scientific activity" and thus to found a new scientific community and, in some cases, a new scientific specialty.73 Taken...
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Social Treatment: An Introduction to Interpersonal Helping in Social Work ...

James K. Whittaker, Elizabeth M. Tracy - 281 lapas
...10). According to Kuhn, in the history of sciences such paradigms have shared two characteristics: their achievement was sufficiently unprecedented to attract an enduring group of adherents . . . and (they) were sufficiently open ended to leave all sorts of problems for the redefined practitioner...
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