That is a paradigm shift.
To challenge such ideas effectively, paradigm shifts were needed.
At that point the casuist might look for analogous paradigm cases.
Or is molecular biology more like a style of scientific practice than a paradigm?
Will he be a paradigm shifter on the way out?
In short, meaning is relative to a theory, paradigm, or conceptual scheme.
Typically, paradigm shifts take a good 20 years to work out; we are halfway there.
A closer resemblance to the opposite paradigm would argue against accepting the radio.
The more detailed and the better developed a paradigm, the more precise are its predictions.
During normal science, the members of the scientific community adhere to the paradigm in place.
The psychosomatic paradigm built on CBT and GET has been a complete and total failure in practice.
Whatever the right theory of the nature of fiction, (nearly) everyone agrees that there are paradigm cases of works of fiction.
Paradigm shifts usually require the new paradigm to explain the same phenomena the old one did, and some more.
If the old paradigm was the citadel, the new paradigm, Tom Kellermann, of Trend Micro, contends, is the prison.
But a handful of speakers presented work very much within the new paradigm of plant intelligence, and they elicited strong reactions.
Instead, science consists of long periods of “normal science”, paradigm-based research, where the task is to force nature to fit the paradigm.
Observation: Since they can emulate each other, the Recursive Function Paradigm and the Symbol Manipulation Paradigm have the same computational strength.
Scientific progress—and the practice of normal, everyday science—happens within a paradigm that guides the individual scientists' puzzle-solving work and that sets the community standards.
And if it complements the Darwinian paradigm, then evo-devo is, again, surely too big and too rapidly advancing to be considered a mere, piecemeal, puzzle-solving articulation of that paradigm.
Meanwhile, Michael Ruse (1989) defended the view that the Darwinian paradigm (with its emphasis on function and adaptation) and the punctuated equilibrium paradigm (with its emphasis on Germanic ideas of form and internal constraints) are complementary.
- systematic arrangement of all the inflected forms of a word
- a standard or typical example
- the class of all items that can be substituted into the same position (or slot) in a grammatical sentence (are in paradigmatic relation with one another)
- the generally accepted perspective of a particular discipline at a given time
Example: he framed the problem within the psychoanalytic paradigm
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