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Kuhn vs Popper - About James H. Collier

Kuhn vs Popper - About James H. Collier

Kuhn vs Popper - About James H.

Kuhn vsPopperThe Struggle for theSoul of ScienceSTEVE FULLERSeries Editor: Jon TurneyREVOLUTIONS IN SCIENCEPublished by Icon Books UK

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  • Page 8 and 9: debates about matters that were not
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  • Page 14 and 15: The Kuhn-Popper debate, strictly sp
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  • Page 34 and 35: to dispel. Typical was the Times Li
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  • Page 40 and 41: protean rubric of ‘paradigm’ th
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  • Page 44 and 45: In contrast, Popper struggled throu
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    - comes to the fore. Many authorita

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    experiment would require large publ

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    community. ‘Self-stratifying’ m

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    committed to a particular research

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    esort to facile binaries like ‘re

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    . CHAPTER 5 .DIALECTICS AS THE PULS

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    mercifully remembered for his early

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    mutually incompatible theories. In

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    Lakatos differed from Popper in all

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    practices whose metaphysical and ep

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    . CHAPTER 6 .A PARTING SHOT AT THEM

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    capacities for prediction and contr

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    ejecting an idea because we know ab

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    philosophers are nowadays divided i

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    after having been cast out from the

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    indeterminacy at the quantum level

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    organisms, proposed that biology wo

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    could be retrospectively explained

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    the second half of the 20th century

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    underlabourers belong to the class

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    ecreate this Kuhnian situation in t

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    corruption of the spirit by matter

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    . CHAPTER 9 .THE RETURN OF THE REPR

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    Divine Providence in the Christian

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    (allegedly) try to demystify the na

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    triumphalism was Leon Trotsky’s a

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    . CHAPTER 10 .THE RELIGIOUS UNCONSC

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    shifting the Anglophone public imag

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    under Wilhelm von Humboldt (about w

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    ‘war’, and by implication ‘po

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    commitment’ in Popper’s world-v

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    appropriate response is to hypothes

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    ecause, when they succeed, one lear

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    development, it is easy to suppose

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    nature of reality by relying solely

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    ‘justified belief’ or ‘real a

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    produce the experimentally defined

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    . CHAPTER 12 .THE UNIVERSITY AS THE

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    Popper quickly came to believe that

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    From the Popperian standpoint, then

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    method’ was a thoroughly moral ac

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    perpetual right to decide what coun

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    expertise. Instead of removing the

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    seen as a Hobbesian Leviathan that

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    Rickert and the Neo-Hegelian econom

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    on campus, they quickly made allian

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    Royal Society of London. However, t

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    . CHAPTER 13 .POPPER AND ADORNO UNI

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    generation of the ‘Frankfurt Scho

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    Adorno, the changing political fort

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    involve socio-historically conditio

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    The dismemberment of the social dem

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    power.) In contrast, by refusing to

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    it were, between organized sciences

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    approaches are seen as antagonistic

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    knowledge claim that certain social

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    man, Popper had called for verbal a

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    ealism’ that proposes, in Hilary

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    them - by providing direct links be

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    criticised hegemons typically do no

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    from the Positivismusstreit) and, o

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    when those regimes might have still

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    unsullied agents in the world: even

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    20/20 vision that only hindsight ca

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    Intellectual life turns out to be r

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    unrealised. They never fail more st

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    Rorty is the next best thing to a

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    These passages are central to the c

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    sociological factors surrounding a

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    lowers one’s critical guard to it

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    newspapers. This experience predisp

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    elevant here, one’s distinctivene

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    aggressive placement of disciples i

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    and the more restless colleagues mu

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    generic ‘science studies’. In t

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    The above pattern of response is fa

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    elieve that ideas themselves have c

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    engagement, even from academic coll

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    scientific research from German to

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    Conant’s strategy. As a benchmark

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    governance, rather than a search fo

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    from view in Kuhn’s writing. Earl

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    work for that purpose. Case in poin

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    processes of governance and wealth

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    FURTHER READINGKuhn and Popper rela

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    Popper’s reputation was consolida

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    political right than popular mythol

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    the Viennese inter-war culture that

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    Steven Turner, ‘Paradigms and Pro

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    Mannheim sets the precedent for Kuh

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