Normative Effects of Scientonomy

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What are the normative effects of scientonomy on the process of scientific change?

How can our accepted scientonomic theories influence the very process they are meant to describe? Specifically, can an acceptance of scientonomy and its becoming part of broad university curricula affect the way scientists do science? If so, wouldn't this be a case of self-fulfilling prophecy, when scientists start acting in accord with the laws of scientonomy even if they weren't doing so prior to learning the laws of scientific change?

In the scientonomic context, this question was first formulated by Ameer Sarwar, Sinan Karamehmetoglu and Hakob Barseghyan in 2018. The question is currently accepted as a legitimate topic for discussion by Scientonomy community. At the moment, the question has no accepted answer in Scientonomy.

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Hakob Barseghyan (51.5%), Calahan Janik-Jones (15.1%), Maxim Mirkin (33.4%)