Thomas S. Kuhn's famous book, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, is one of the founding texts of the history and philosophy of science (Kuhn 2012). For many years, the account of scientific change proposed in Structure has been the focal point of discussion of Kuhn's work. However, Kuhn continued to develop his views throughout the remainder of his career. In recent years, there has been an increasing tendency to approach Kuhn's work in a way that is informed by these post-Structure developments.

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The present book is a good example of this recent trend. Mladenović presents an interpretation of Kuhn's work that encompasses the whole of his philosophical trajectory. The analysis is informed by the entirety of Kuhn's work as well as the extensive secondary literature that has grown up around his work. Mladenović is a sympathetic commentator on Kuhn who...

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