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Common Knowledge (2019) 25 (1-3): 123–125.
Published: 01 April 2019
... Knowledge , in whose twenty-fifth anniversary issue this essay appears. T. S. Kuhn Kuhnianism irrationalism scientific method positivism philosophy of science Copyright © 1997 1997 ...
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Common Knowledge (2023) 29 (1): 59–71.
Published: 01 January 2023
... : re.press , 2009 . Hollinger David A. “ Science as a Weapon in Kulturkämpfe in the United States during and after World War II .” Isis 86 , no. 3 ( 1995 ): 440 – 54 . Hufbauer Karl . “ From Student of Physics to Historian of Science: T. S. Kuhn's Education and Early Career, 1940...
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Common Knowledge (2003) 9 (3): 394–398.
Published: 01 August 2003
..., in the military and in business, a cliché about transcending clichés (routine beliefs and practices), but the provenance of these ideas is aca- demic. They derive most directly from T. S. Kuhn and his paradigm shifts but more generally from contextualists and their hard-to-shift contexts. I prefer...
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Common Knowledge (2008) 14 (2): 244–257.
Published: 01 April 2008
... .  .   David A. Hollinger, “T. S. Kuhn’s Theory of Science Science of Theory “T.Kuhn’s S. Hollinger, A. David Horst W. Blanke and Jörn Rüsen, eds.,Auf­ der Von...
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Common Knowledge (2020) 26 (3): 441–452.
Published: 01 August 2020
...) was the already classic source for most of the relevant aspects of translation (202). For Kuhn s Structure as a confirmation of Quine s thinking, see Becker, Kuhn s Vindication of Quine and Carnap. P er l C o n te xt u al is m : P ar t 1 4 4 9Working piecemeal through Aristotle s Physics gave Kuhn...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 415–416.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 416.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 417.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 417.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 418.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 418–419.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 419.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 420.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 420.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 421.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 421–422.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 422.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 422–423.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2002) 8 (2): 415.
Published: 01 April 2002
... is more like a wall being knocked out. His subject is Rembrandt and the act of portrayal—self-portrayal, as in the topos attributed to Cosimo di’ Medici: “Every painter paints himself” (ogni dipintore digigne s Does he really? How can a painter paint himself if his self-image is formed in the eyes...
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Common Knowledge (2008) 14 (1): 34–44.
Published: 01 January 2008
...Colin Richmond This essay takes the Morte Darthur of Sir Thomas Malory as a test case for the applicability of Thomas Kuhn's notion of “paradigm shifts” to the history of culture. While Kuhn apparently found inspiration in the disciplines of cultural and art history for his idea that scientific...