Apple’s creation of the original Mac was a remarkable accomplishment. So is the platform’s enduring relevance over nearly 40 years of tech history.
Significant inventions often involve” epistemological severances ,” a notion introduced in 1938 by the French philosopher Gaston Bachelard that was recast as” paradigm shifts” by Thomas Kuhn in his 1962 volume, The Structure of Scientific Coup. As relevant as the face may be to describe the unexpected advent of the claimed invention or innovation, it does it from the point of view of the inventor/ inventor or as an after-the-fact observation. In reality, there is rarely an immediate or even clear line of demarcation between a “before” and an “after,” or any form of substitution phenomenon. This doesn’t necessarily happen overnight, even for technical findings, let alone for economic or societal innovation.
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