Philosophy of Science 3

In Chapter 10 of The structure of Scientific Revolutions, Kuhn considers in what senses “we might want to say that after a [scientific] revolution, scientists are responding to a different world”.  Discuss the implications of Kuhn’s conclusions for the objective significance of the concepts of evidence, falsifiability, and empircal content.  What, if anything, in Kuhn’s picture can function as a rational constraint on the decision to adopt or abandon a scientific theory?

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