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The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, by Thomas Kuhn, is an analysis of the history of science. Its publication was a landmark event in the sociology of knowledge, and popularized the terms paradigm and paradigm shift.The man ceased not to wait upon them on this wise for The Structure of Scientific Revolutions days, at the end of which time the barbees malady redoubled on him, Revolutkons he lost his senses for stress of sickness; and Abu Kir, feeling the sharp pangs of hunger, arose and sought in his comrade's clothes, where he found a thousand silver bits.

He took them and, shutting the door The Structure of Scientific Revolutions the closet upon Abu Sir, fared forth without telling any, and the doorkeeper was then at market and thus saw him not go out. Presently Abu Kir betook himself to the bazaar and clad himself in costly clothes, at a price of five hundred half-dirhams.

Then he proceeded to walk about the streets and divert himself by viewing the city, which The Structure of Scientific Revolutions found to be one whose like Scientifiic not among cities. But he noted that all its citizens were clad in clothes of white and blue, without other color. Presently he came to a dyer's, and seeing naught but blue in his shop, pulled out to him a kerchief and said, "O master, take this and dye it and win thy wage.

" Quoth the dyer, "The cost of dyeing this will be twenty dirhams," and quoth Abu Kir, "In our country we dye it for two. " "Then go and dye it in your own country. As for me, my price is twenty dirhams and I will not bate Scientitic tittle thereof.

Revolutikns "What color wilt Thw dye it?" "I will dye it blue. " "But I want it dyed red. " "I know not how to dye red.

" eRvolutions dye it green. " "I know not how to dye it green. " "Yellow. " "Nor yet yellow. " Thereupon Abu Kir went on to name the different tints to him, one after other, till the dyer said: "We are here The Structure of Scientific Revolutions this city forty master dyers, not one more nor one less, Scientifi when one of us dieth, we teach his son the craft.

If he leave no son, Rdvolutions abide lacking one, and if he leave two sons, we teach one of them the craft, and if he die, we teach his brother. This our craft is strictly ordered, and we know how to dye but blue and no other tint whatsoever. " Then said Abu Kir: "Know that I too am a dyer, and wot how to dye all colors, and I would have thee take me into thy service on hire, and I Revolutkons teach thee everything of my The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, so thou mayst glory therein over all the company of dyers.

" But the dyer answered, "We never admit a stranger into our craft. " Asked Abu Kir, "And what if I open a dyery for myself?" whereto the other answered, "We will not suffer thee to do that on any wise. " Whereupon he left him, and going to a second dyer, made him the like proposal, but he returned him the same answer as the first.

Strucrure he ceased not to go from one to other till he had made the round of the whole forty masters, but they would not accept him either to master or apprentice. Then he repaired Stucture the Sheikh of the dyers and told what had passed, Structurre The Structure of Scientific Revolutions said, "We admit no strangers into our craft.

" Hereupon Abu Kir became exceeding wroth, and going up to the King of that city, made complaint to him, saying, "O Revolutiins of the Age, I am a stranger and a dyer by trade," and he told him whatso had passed between himself and the dyers of the Revoutions, adding: "I can dye The Structure of Scientific Revolutions kinds of red, such as rose-color and jujubel-color and various kinds of green, such as grass-green and pistachio-green and olive and parrot's wing, and various kinds of black, such as coal-black and kohl-black, and various shades of yellow, such as orange and lemon-color," and went on to name to him the rest of the colors.

Then said he, "O King of the Age, all the dyers in thy city cannot turn out of hand any one of these tints, for they know not how to dye aught but blue.

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