Animations: Review of Thomas Kuhn’s ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’

Here is an animated review of Thomas Kuhn’s ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’ which was reviewed previously on this site. There are 15 videos in all but it is part of a playlist which means that all videos can be played in sequence just by clicking on the first one. In the playlist I have included the other versions of the review which are narrated with and without music.

Review of Preface

Review of Chapter 1

Review of Chapter 2

Review of Chapter 3

Review of Chapter 4

Review of Chapter 5

Review of Chapter 6

Review of Chapter 7

Review of Chapter 8

Review of Chapter 9

Review of Chapter 10

Review of Chapter 11

Review of Chapter 12

Review of Chapter 13

Review of Postscript to The Structure of Scientific Revolution

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