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paradigm shift

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(Philosophy) a radical change in underlying beliefs or theory
[C20: coined by T.S. Kuhn (1922–96), US philosopher of science]
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In many ways, the auto industry's paradigm shift is not just the shift from ICE one into an electric one or autonomous one, but multiple paradigm shifts occurring at different levels with varying magnitude within the auto industry.
Paradigm shifts--those in which one comes to understand something in a substantially different way--are even more complicated and demanding, and yet each of our authors in this issue is proposing some sort of paradigm shift.
and of evolutions, paradigm shifts, and radical breakthroughs in psychiatric therapies.
These paradigm shifts open up new approaches to understanding that scientists would never have considered valid before, and that the notion of scientific truth, at any given moment, cannot be established solely by objective criteria but is defined by a consensus of a scientific community.
The exhibition will feature new and existing works that CIC says "operate through or about paradigm shifts, political or personal offering an argument for art's ability to move people and trigger responses.
Paradigm shifts must be taken into account if we would communicate with our contemporaries, and there is no more important paradigm shift than the way we think about and speak of God.
Haber said, "I have multiple meetings with publishers and tell them paradigm shifts happen.
Our scientific mythology admires iconoclasts, those who were ahead of their times in bucking the trends, and brought about paradigm shifts.
In "The New Business of Paradigms," futurist Joel Barker presents a video training product that clarifies the importance of recognizing paradigm shifts in our business and professional lives.
The island was a hotbed of political and ideological change; and the images created by Cuban photographers have recorded, reflected and refracted these tectonic paradigm shifts.
Because natural science is a dynamic field, disputes and paradigm shifts are the norm.