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3,12,23) This reflects the post-modern scientific paradigm, as it directs the trends of global and Brazilian public policies, like the National Humanization Policy for example, which guarantees health as a human right that should be guaranteed by the State.
Kuhn does not equate scientific communities and scientific paradigms.
This point of view suggests that a science of subjective experience could be developed in exact analogy with the traditional scientific paradigm.
Such models recognize that practice methods must be syntonic with ethnic groups whose worldviews differ markedly from that of the scientific paradigm (Langer & Furman, 2004).
Throughout this analysis, the theory of scientific paradigms as
What is exciting this time around is that, for the first time in three hundred years, our scientific paradigm itself is organic once again.
In Zola's case, there is an obvious effort to emplot a scientific paradigm within a series of novelistic works, and Thiher does a brilliant job explaining the connections and affinities between Les Rougon-Macquart and post-Darwinian biology.
The linear, reductionistic approach of the scientific paradigm has made life-saving advances in terms of understanding the mechanisms underlying this disease, and subsequently inventing effective drug and diet therapies.
Many of us continue to argue that the Marxist scientific paradigm has never been so useful, nor has it been so clearly relevant, than in these years following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the breaking of the iron rice bowl in China leading to the ascendancy of the global triumphant capitalism, with its free market ideology and its brand of economic pseudo-science.
Within their currently accepted scientific paradigm, what other choice do they have?
Essentialism in the understanding of the objectum morale of the action as well as legalism in the determination of the subject's moral responsibility acquire a new meaning when seen against the backdrop of a scientific paradigm defined by the ideal precision of mathematics and law.
Furthermore, when the methodological procedures used by systems science are included, such as the use of logical homologies and explanations (von Bertalanffy, 1968) to generalize across individual systems, types of systems, system levels (Miller, 1965) -- forming interactions with the special sciences in both inductive and deductive exchanges -- it becomes apparent that systems science constitutes a whole scientific paradigm (Kuhn, 1970).

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