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-'''Thomas Samuel Kuhn''' (surname {{pronEng|ˈkuːn}}; [[July 18]], [[1922]] – [[June 17]], [[1996]]) was an [[United States|American]] intellectual who wrote extensively on the [[history of science]] and developed several important notions in the [[philosophy of science]].+'''Thomas Samuel Kuhn''' ([[July 18]], [[1922]] – [[June 17]], [[1996]]) was an [[United States|American]] intellectual who wrote extensively on the [[history of science]] and developed several important notions in the [[philosophy of science]].
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Thomas Samuel Kuhn (July 18, 1922 – June 17, 1996) was an American intellectual who wrote extensively on the history of science and developed several important notions in the philosophy of science.




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