What do theoretical innovations and anomalous novelties

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In reference to The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, Thomas Kuhn

Explain the difference(s) between Herschel and Whewell’s accounts of verae causae

Is an anomaly, according to Kuhn, sufficient to cause a crisis in normal science?

What do theoretical innovations and anomalous novelties of fact have in common, according to Kuhn?

What are the effects of a crisis on the work being done within a normal science tradition?

What does Kuhn mean when he claims that from another point of view, "every problem that normal science sees as a puzzle... can be seen as a counter-instance and thus as a source of crisis?"

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