Imre Lakatos Quote: “It would be wrong to assume…”

It would be wrong to assume that one must stay with a research programme until it has exhausted all its heuristic power, that one must not introduce a rival programme before everybody agrees that the point of degeneration has probably been reached.

Imre Lakatos

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Name: Imre Lakatos
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Hungarian
Birthday: November 9, 1922
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