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This has been on my mind for a while.
When I was in college at UC Berkeley, my first philosophy teacher was a very famous iconoclastic philosopher of science, Paul Feyerabend. Look him up on Wikipedia.
He argued vociferously, and quite persuasively, that far from being a gradual, rational, "building of ideas" process, science (and he also argued there really is not such thing as some "monolithic thing" called science) was a hurly burly affair, a power struggle, more often po...