Author: Thomas S. Kuhn
Date: 1970 2nd Edition
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0-266-45804-0

Content: Looks at science as a collection of agreed facts that become a paradigm. Science moves not by the gradual accretion of knowledge but through an intellectually violent change in the underlying paradigms that govern how we look at the. world

Relevance: The idea that a paradigm shift is needed for radical change to occur ties in with Meadows - Thinking in Systems