Proceedings., Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium 1989
DOI: 10.1109/arms.1989.49607 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…The history of science has many examples of this type of response to paradigm challenges. Reliability literature in the past 10 years documents this situation .6,8- 10 Thus we see that arguments raised by a small (minority) group of stalwarts may continue in spite of seemingly conclusive new evidence. The arguments are not always based on science or logic, as we have seen, but may be unconsciously based on a desire to adhere to the old and familiar models.…”
Section: Paradigm Guardingmentioning
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“…The history of science has many examples of this type of response to paradigm challenges. Reliability literature in the past 10 years documents this situation .6,8- 10 Thus we see that arguments raised by a small (minority) group of stalwarts may continue in spite of seemingly conclusive new evidence. The arguments are not always based on science or logic, as we have seen, but may be unconsciously based on a desire to adhere to the old and familiar models.…”
Section: Paradigm Guardingmentioning