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This paper seeks to substantiate the fact that, contrary to the claims made by Hubert Dreyfus that indicate the precedence of Heidegger to kuhn in discussing the idea of normative sciences and scientific revolutions, there is no relationship between Heidegger’s philosophical idea with regard to modern science and kuhn’s philosophy of science, hence, there will be no room, whatsoever, for talking about Heidegger’s precedence to kuhn concerning the aforementioned issues. To this end, first Heidegger’s view concerning the nature of modern science will be discussed. Then, a review of Dreyfus’s view with regard to Heidegger’s precedence to kuhn in presenting their ideas about normative science will be presented. Following this discussion, Dreyfus’s view about the precedence of Heidegger to kuhn in discussing the idea of scientific revolution will be reviewed and, finally, a conclusion, based on all the discussions presented in the paper, will be made.