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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 20 MAY 15, 1985 NON-DARWINIAN EVOLUTION IT is becoming increasingly difficul ... s of which current scientific investigation proceeds. Critics of Darwin's doctrine of Natural Selection ... ed to provide this view of science. One of them is Thomas S. Kuhn, whose book, The Structure of Scientific R ... are subject to expansion, additions, and corrections. And as Kuhn shows, alterations in the scientific o ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 45 NOVEMBER 5, 1986 A DIFFICULT SUBJECT WHAT is thinking? This is not a questi ... er issue of the Teachers College Record, by Deanna Kuhn, who teaches psychology and education at Teachers C ... rogress has been made. "To date," she says, "the U.S. educational system has not been particularly succe ... ssful in teaching thinking skills." Going on, she says: The reports that have prolife ... onal Analysis by Eric Berne, with whom the author, Thomas A. Harris, also a psychiatrist, was associated for ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXV, NO. 4 JANUARY 27, 1982 DECIDING ON IMPORTANCE OF the over two thousand pages in Ste ... aising them is to achieve valid solutions or answers. The goal, then, is truth, even though the people w ... m "truth" because of its high metaphysical overtones. This is a consequence of the habitual restraint of ... is Volume XXXV, No. 4 was the scientific prayer of Thomas Huxley, and we cannot help but admire him for it. ... valid, now and forever? Not according to Thomas S. Kuhn, whose Structure of Scientific Revolution (1962) as ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXIX, NO. 49 DECEMBER 8, 1976 A RELIEVING THOUGHT IN these times of grimy little disaster ... emselves or at least gain more manageable dimensions. One possible advantage of giving initial attention ... ar beyond the sluggish movements of organized groups. And it is beyond dispute that collective action, s ... eries. Confirmation and elaboration belong to what Thomas Kuhn calls "normal science," and A. H. Maslow name ... duals and establishment attitudes creates what Mr. Kuhn, in titling his book, calls The Structure of Scient ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 5 JANUARY 29, 1986 THE SECRET OF SUCCESS THERE are various ways to "go back to ... ilable to each one of us, is to start with ourselves. We live at a time which is awesomely threatening—a ... n enough for funding out what we can about ourselves. At the outset of inquiry, finding out all about th ... ion brought him to death at the stake in 1600, and Thomas More, who wrote Utopia and lost his head for his p ... (15, No. 3, 1985) in an editorial. He says: Thomas Kuhn, in his celebrated Structure of Scientific Revoluti ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIII, NO. 38 SEPTEMBER 17, 1980 LEVELS OF DISCLOSURE THERE is a contrast between two ki ... eded, but to give shape to what seem basic questions. The other sort of reading is concerned with the mi ... ing to advantage what seem wholly adverse conditions. There are hundreds of books which celebrate the wo ... the practical facts of life. This, to borrow from Thomas S. Kuhn, is the fundamental paradigmatic change af ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXI, NO. 2 JANUARY 11, 1978 IN QUEST OF MATURITY EXCEPT for rare individual achievement, ... ld lose touch with life, where alone maturity counts. always in a hurry. It moves from conquest of circu ... y evidence that they know or care about its elements. Some makers of history try, of course; Jefferson w ... s and will eventually break down. And a historian, Thomas Kuhn, illustrated this inevitability with an accou ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 37 SEPTEMBER 10, 1986 EXTINCTION OR RENEWAL? THE number of people in the Unite ... of life; and we know better, they add, in our hearts. There are books to read by the dozen on the subjec ... , some of them very good, which say different things. Some of them are by farmers, men and women out on ... seem more right than wrong, there is finally what Thomas S. Kuhn, in The Structure of Scientific Revolution ... - [detail] - [similar]
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