In W. H. Newton-Smith (ed.), A Companion to Philosophy of Science. Blackwell. pp. 172-80 (1999)
AbstractAlong with “paradigm” and “scientific revolution,” “incommensurability” is one of the three most influential expressions associated with the “new philosophy of science” first articulated in the early 1960s by Thomas Kuhn and Paul Feyerabend. But, despite the fact that it has been widely discussed, opinions still differ widely as to the content and significance of the claim of incommensurability.
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