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1. The Problems of Revolution and Innovative Change
2.1 Scientific Revolution as a Topic for Historiography of Science
2.2 Scientific Revolution as a Topic for Philosophy
2.3 Criteria for Identifying Scientific Revolutions
3.1 Paradigms and Normal Science
3.2 Crisis and Revolution
3.3 Incommensurability
3.4 Progress through Revolutions
3.5 Issues in Interpreting Kuhn
4. Responses to Kuhn's Account
5.1 Thomas Kuhn: Kantian or Hegelian?
5.2 The German Neo-Kantian Tradition
5.3 The French Discontinuity Theorists
5.4 Kuhn's Relation to the Germanic and French Traditions
5.5 Hacking's Historical Ontology
6.1 Nonlinear Dynamics
6.2 Biological Cases
6.3 Some Alternative Conceptions of Scientific Revolution
6.4 The Parallel with Innovation in Economics
7. Revolution or Evolution?
8. Conclusion
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