|Author||Thomas S. Kuhn|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover and Paperback)|
|ISBN||0-19-520091-8 (first edition)|
0-226-45800-8 (second edition)
Black-Body Theory and the Quantum Discontinuity, 1894–1912 (1978; second edition 1987) is a book by the philosopher Thomas Kuhn, in which the author surveys the development of quantum mechanics. The second edition has a new afterword.
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Alexander Bird describes Kuhn's book as "masterly", writing that it "differs from traditional history of science less in the kind of explanation offered and more in the vast erudition and scholarly attention to detail displayed."
- Bird, Alexander (2000). Thomas Kuhn. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. pp. 1, 215, 281, 299. ISBN 0-691-05710-9.
- Kuhn, Thomas S. (2012). Hacking, Ian (ed.). The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 50th anniversary edition. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. pp. vii, viii. ISBN 978-0-226-45812-0.
- Horgan, John. "Philosophy Has Made Plenty of Progress: Philosopher Tim Maudlin sees advances in free will, morality and the meaning of quantum mechanics". Scientific American Blog Network. Retrieved 2023-01-01.