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a dramatic change in the paradigm of a scientific community, or a change from one scientific to another.
a significant change in the paradigm of any discipline or group:
Putting skilled, tenured teachers in failing schools would cause a paradigm shift in teaching and education.
a radical change in underlying beliefs or theory

acceptance by a majority of a changed belief, attitude, or way of doing things


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