In Support of Method: Videos Updated

A while ago I wrote a response to Feyerabend’s ‘Against Method’. Feyerabend is a contemporary of Thomas Kuhn and each drew on the other’s work. The premise of Feyerabend’s work was that ‘anything goes’ in science. I also created a series of videos about this response and have now merged these videos together so that it can be viewed as a single video rather than needing to find each of the segments.

Appendix

Review of Thomas Kuhn’s ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’.

For a review of the Introduction see here.

For a review of Chapter 1 see here.

For a review of Chapter 2 see here.

For a review of Chapter 3 see here.

For a review of Chapter 4 see here.

For a review of Chapter 5 see here.

For a review of Chapter 6 see here.

For a review of Chapter 7 see here.

For a review of Chapter 8 see here.

For a review of Chapter 9 see here.

For a review of Chapter 10 see here.

For a review of Chapter 11 see here.

For a review of Chapter 12 see here.

In Support of Method – Critique of Feyerebend’s ‘Against Method’ see here.

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