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Alternative Title纪念《科学革命的结构》问世50周年
Source Publication科学文化评论
Other AbstractThomas Kuhn is the greatest historian and philosopher of science in 20th century. The terms "paradigm" and "paradigm shift" originated by his epoch-making work The Structure of Scientific Revolutions has already become our daily common words. For one thing, the idea "Incommensurability" which Kuhn valued as his own biggest contribution to philosophy had aroused great controversies. For another thing, he was regarded as the intellectual pioneer of the Strong Programme in Sociology of Scientific Knowledge (SSK) whose idea, however, never won acceptance by him. He had little ally in academic circle, completely out of proportion to his huge influence in the intelligentsia. Since the day he began his career, he was misinterpreted to varying degrees, and throughout his life, he had been looking for his identity. This essay attempts to understand the process of Kuhn's thought from both prospects of "misinterpretation" and "being misinterpreted" via Kuhn's ambivalent images, his relationship with his students as well as the big influential events in his formative years. This paper aims not "to disenchant", or even to set a new image of idol, but to present a man's authentic image - the image of Thomas Kuhn.
Keyword库恩 范式 身份认同 误解
Subject Area科技哲学
Document Type期刊论文
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方在庆. 库恩的身份认同[J]. 科学文化评论,2012,9(4):32-55.
APA 方在庆.(2012).库恩的身份认同.科学文化评论,9(4),32-55.
MLA 方在庆."库恩的身份认同".科学文化评论 9.4(2012):32-55.
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