On Kuhn for Judicial Process Students

On the 30th July I was participating in a judicial process class for final year students at NALSAR. After a brief introduction on Kuhn's theory on paradigm shift read by one of the students I spoke about paradigm shifts in more details, based on and reflecting to the presentation. This was followed by a lively discussion on how lessons learned in history of sciences can be transferred to the progress in social sciences and the theory of law. The class lasted one hour longer than scheduled and no one was bored!

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