GFADAF EP 3 - The Structure of Tap Dance Revolutions
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On episode three of the GFADAF podcast, host Tristan Bruns uses tap dance to understand the revolutionary text The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by scientific philosopher Thomas S. Kuhn. On this episode, find out where the term paradigm shift comes from and what it actually means; also, learn about the natural cycle of normal scientific research promotes discovery, how discovery produces anomalies which lead to a crises and rebirth, all explained through examples of tap dance performance, technique and instruction. Also on the episode: Why some tap dancers, and some scientists and doctors, too, may be resistant to change, even though it is not only good, but inevitable.

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