The Philosopher's Corner: The Value of Feyerabend's Anarchic Thinking for Information Systems Research
Further consideration of Feyerabend’s ideas has potential value for information systems research. He continues in a long and commendable tradition of the scientist as a subversive and rebel – a tradition including Galileo, Franklin, Darwin, and Einstein – and a tradition that emphasizes science as a creative human activity. Treiblmaier advances three propositions regarding Feyerabend’s ideas and their potential for IS research. The first, if taken to mean that in Feyerabend’s spirit of anarchy...[Show more]
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