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Puzzles and revolutions: case study of the Copernican revolution 1 edition

Puzzles and revolutions
F. R. Jevons

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Puzzles and revolutions
case study of the Copernican revolution
prepared by F.R. Jevons for the course team.

Published 1979 by Deakin University, Open Campus Program, School of Humanities, [distributed by] Koala Books of Canada in Victoria, Australia, Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

"This book forms part of the HUW/X108 Knowledge and Power course offered by the School of Humanities in Deakin University's Open Campus Program".-- t.p. verso.

Distributor mounted on label.

"The main purpose of this Case Study is to illustrate the philosphical and methodological issues raised by the study of the works of Popper and Kuhn".-- p. 5.

Bibliography: p. 69.

Knowledge and power
Early works to 1800
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Case study of the Copernican revolution.

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