Although Kuhn's work reflects in many aspects profound influences from sociology, and might not be what you could consider to be a specialized study of science and its history, it is readable by all students in any discipline who are interested in reading a well written recount of the most important periods in scientific development. This, I believe was Kuhn's intention from the very beginning, to attract a general public and not just a group of specialists.
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