Successive Transition
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\sək-ˈse-siv tran(t)-ˈsi-shən\
Etymology : sequence + movement
Function : noun

1: The movement, development or evolution of one paradigm to another without interruption.
2. In 'The Structure of Scientific Revolutions' (1962), Thomas Kuhn suggests that the typical development pattern of
modern science is the successive transition from one paradigm to another through the process of
scientific revolution.

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(petebooth, 06/12/07)
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