In the 1960s, an undercredited physicist from Harvard, Thomas Kuhn, wrote his book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions wherein he introduces the world to 'paradigms' and 'paradigm shifts'.
What does TSoSR stand for?
TSoSR stands for The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (Thomas Kuhn book)
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As Thomas Kuhn posited in his influential book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1996), new ideas do not supplant established ideas until new scientists supplant their forbears.
Kuhn entitled The Structure of Scientific Revolutions.
Perhaps the most quoted work in the philosophy of science is Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, written as a doctoral dissertation in 1962.
The reverberations caused by his ideas in his 1962 book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions  are still being felt some 40 years later.
Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, University of Chicago Press, Chicago (1970).
Kuhn states clearly the fundamental objective of The Structure of Scientific Revolutions as that of "urg[ing] a change in the perception and evaluation of familiar data" (pp.
With this assertion, however, Krafft challenges Thomas Kuhn who, in his seminal book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions cited precisely the "Copernican Revolution" as an example of the notion of "paradigm change," a concept he introduced and popularized.