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Kuhn

(kōōn), Richard 1900-1967.
Austrian chemist. He won a 1938 Nobel Prize for research on carotenoids and vitamins but declined the award by order of the Nazi government.
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Kuhn desea defender su nueva comprension de la racionalidad cientifica, justamente al senalar el modelo que percibe en la historia de la ciencia; dicho modelo se explica mejor a partir de esta nueva concepcion de la racionalidad, en comparacion con la defensa que hizo la vieja concepcion.
42) Marcum talks at length about the attempted hatchet job of Kuhn at a 1965 London conference, only three years after the release of SSR, whose results were published by Lakatos and Musgrave in 1970.
At the same time, closing the Kuhn would be a big loss to the community.
Kuhn Associates Sustainability Advisors LLC is a New York-based consulting firm that helps companies throughout the product supply chain navigate the intersection of business and sustainability.
Kuhn started his insurance career at Chubb Group of Insurance Cos.
During his 26-year career in the insurance business, Kuhn has served in multiple senior underwriting and management roles and he has built and led successful specialty insurance operations in the U.
To come to a reading which is closer to the original, it is instructive to revisit the way Kuhn introduced the concept into his work.
As ideias de Thomas Kuhn sobre como as ciencias evoluem sao discutidas desde 1962, a partir do seu livro The structure of scientific revolutions -- a estrutura das revolucoes cientificas --, lancado no Brasil em 1976.
Kuhn allegedly stole a $228 sound equipment into his cart at the Walmart situated at the Levittown Town Center.
Golde is often overshadowed by Tevye, but Kuhn is a magnetic performer who's going to claim the stage every time she steps on it.
Kuhn cares far too much about his message to let it out the door without at least a good spit shine; he knows the subject itself is grimy enough, and it is a mess he admits to being "in the middle of' (p.