In this video I’ve reviewed Thomas Kuhn’s ‘The Structure of Scientific Revolutions’ in just over 8 and a half minutes. There are other reviews on this blog and the YouTube Channel. This is a tricky book to review as it can’t be easily summarised and can be interpreted in many ways. Reviewing the book in 8.5 minutes can therefore be seen to miss the point. However the review does address a number of the themes developed in the book and can be used for those already familiar with the book or as an aid for those intending to read it.
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