TKLTThe Kennebec Land Trust (Winthrop, ME)
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Though TKLT reassesses Kuhn's challenge to the standards of science as based on realism rather than on rationality, it does not mention Kuhn's implicit challenge via the question arising from his work: What legitimizes scientific knowledge claims if science does not have a method to yield truth?
As mentioned earlier, one of TKLT s main theses is that Kuhn wrote SSR with Popper in mind.
TKLT's overall view--that Kuhn's later work did not reject logical empiricism as SSR did--is a challenging thesis.