Friday, 3 April 2015

Mark Zuckerberg’s year of books – Thomas Kuhn’s ‘the structure of scientific revolutions’ review

Caitlin is Editor in Chief at Page19 and frequently writes about marketing, communications, and creativity. This post originally appeared on Blinkist.  Mark Zuckerberg’s 6th pick for his Year of Books is Thomas Kuhn’s The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Read on to learn how it changed scientific process and the idea of scientific progress forever. It is a truth universally acknowledged that scientists—from those of the ancient world to the hobbyists and tinkerers of the Enlightenment, right up to the tech-enabled researchers of today—build upon the work of those before in order to make scientific progress. Or at least that was…

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