This so-called paradigm shift
can be seen in many examples such as GPS device displaced by software companies such as Google and Waze, desktop computing disrupted by mobile devices, and the traditional auto industry centered around the internal combustion engine threatened by peer-to-peer service providers (e.
In parallel, it might be said that paradigm shifts
are often jarring and disruptive.
As I contemplated the scientific saga of developing somatic and pharmaceutical treatments for major psychiatric disorders, I recognized several interesting themes: serendipity, evolution, paradigm shifts
, and radical breakthroughs.
Kuhn does not see a continuity as Popper does, but rather a disruptive cycle of paradigm shifts
The idea came from the revolution and the inability to represent this major event or paradigm shift
We in the consumer electronics area have a paradigm shift
every year or two.
Plate tectonics was a classic example of a paradigm shift
, on the same scale as the change from natural theology to evolution or from Newtonian to quantum mechanics.
Given the widespread perception in development circles that international trade is inherently biased against commodity producers and that the movement in terms of trade against commodity producers is tantamount to being a law of economics, this would indeed represent a paradigm shift
, were it to occur.
For some, paradigm and paradigm shift
may have become trite expressions.
Replacing targeted compassion with multidimensional compassion: an essential paradigm shift
to achieve sustainability.
The last chapter attempts to show how the new paradigm shifts
made by the IMB are related to Crawford's core values.
The next section of the book traces two paradigm shifts
in the understanding of gender and redemption, both of which take place within the context of the Quaker movement.