Paradigm shift

fundamental change in the basic concepts and experimental practices of a scientific discipline

A paradigm shift was first called that way by Thomas Kuhn. He is a physicist and philosopher. A paradigm shift is a big change in big concepts and practices in a model, system, or scientific discipline. It can also be known as a scientific revolution.

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