Kuhn Still Matters

In Rethinking Thomas Kuhn’s Legacy. Cham: Springer (forthcoming)
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Despite his enormous influence on the philosophy of science, Kuhn seems to have been unfairly treated by philosophers. His work was often oversimplified, misinterpreted, and quickly dismissed. The legacy of Kuhn for contemporary philosophy of science seems to be unfortunately thin. This book revisits his legacy for the history and philosophy of science and reflects on the prospect of the Kuhnian philosophy of science. It explores Kuhnian or neo-Kuhnian approaches to central issues in twenty-first philosophy of science. It also rereads Kuhn's published and unpublished work and reassesses its philosophical significance and historical context.

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Yafeng Shan
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


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