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History and Reason: The Three Historiographic Paradigms Extracted by Kuhn from Three Scientific Theories
Advances in Historical Studies
The old historiography considered only cumulative, positive scientific results. Koyré's one instead took into account both successes and errors of scientists in the context of their culture. In 1962, Kuhn introduced a completely new conception of the scientific events based on a ceaseless succession of paradigms and revolutions. The success of his book, The structure of scientific revolutions, was immediate. But more than the "revolution" cited in title of the book, his main concept was thedoi:10.4236/ahs.2016.53012 fatcat:ndeitfdji5e4zitmiei6ls4mua