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Reassessing the Notion of a Kuhnian Revolution What Happened in Twentieth-Century Chemistry

Scerri, Eric (2021) Reassessing the Notion of a Kuhnian Revolution What Happened in Twentieth-Century Chemistry. B. Wray (ed.), Interpreting Kuhn,. pp. 124-141.

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Abstract

The present chapter seeks to explore the change in Kuhn’s views on scientific revolutions in particular.

My analysis of Kuhn’s understanding of scientific revolutions will be carried out by narrowing the scope of enquiry to consider the views of the editor of this volume, Brad Wray, who over recent years has developed an
interest in the history and philosophy of chemistry.


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Item Type: Published Article or Volume
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Scerri, Eric
Keywords: chemistry, atomic weight, atomic number, scientific revolution, Kuhn, Moseley
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Chemistry
General Issues > History of Philosophy of Science
Specific Sciences > Physics
Depositing User: Eric Scerri
Date Deposited: 06 May 2022 15:58
Last Modified: 06 May 2022 15:58
Item ID: 20555
Journal or Publication Title: B. Wray (ed.), Interpreting Kuhn,
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2021.
Subjects: Specific Sciences > Chemistry
General Issues > History of Philosophy of Science
Specific Sciences > Physics
Date: 2021
Page Range: pp. 124-141
URI: http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/20555

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