- Thomas Kuhn (1922 - 1996) : Thomas Kuhn believed that the activities of members of a scientific community are governed by a shared set of beliefs called a Paradigm. This Paradigmatic, or normal, science continues until an existing Paradigm is displaced by another Paradigm.

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