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In the paper, the author discusses some major problems included in the book by Russo. Essential for understanding Russo's conception of revolution in science is the issue of conditions that particular theory has to fulfill to become scientific. He tries to point out and explain controversies that have already appeared with the reception of the book. His interpretation shows that it is possible to develop the theory of science contradictory to Russo's one using only his limitations and criteria. In other words: though his definition of revolution in science claims to be strict, there are still some gaps and inaccuracies left. The author also attempts to show how Russo refuses to admit scientific status of disciplines such as philosophy or sociology and to try to compare this radical view with Baumgartner's and Kuhn's.
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