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I think Kuhn is concerned with incommensurability within science. He doesn't accept astrology as science but characterises it as pseudo-science because of the absence of the paradigm-dominated puzzle solving activity characteristic of what he calls normal science (Paul R. Thagard, 'Why Astrology is a Pseudoscience', PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting ...


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This question has been up for a while so I thought I'd offer an answer (even if incomplete). I haven't read Kuhn's original work though in all of the cases in which I have heard his incommensurability argument made, it has been on semantic grounds. This is a common example, the idea that the meaning of the term 'mass' changes during the transition from the ...


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