Review of Steve Fuller's Book: Kuhn vs. Popper: The Struggle for the Soul of Science (Revolutions in Science)
Fuller's book in interesting (worth four stars) because of the contrast made between Kuhn and Popper found in the first half of the book. The confusion comes later, but Fuller (page viii) shows little affection for Kuhn from the get-go, and writes: "The more I have tired to make sense of Kuhn's words and deeds, the more I have come to regard him as an intellectual coward who benefitted from his elite institutional status in what remains the world's dominant society." Fuller tells us that Kuhn won the class struggle, and Fuller's own emotionality betrays his affection for Popper's libertarianism. You can find this book at Amazon: Kuhn vs. Popper: The Struggle for the Soul of Science (Revolutions in Science).