Evolutionary biology: puzzle solving or paradigm shifting?

Quarterly Review of Biology 81 (4):377-379 (2006)
Abstract
How does evolutionary biology fit with Thomas Kuhn's famous distinction between puzzle solving and paradigm shifts in science?
Keywords paradigms  evolutionary biology
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