Patrick Fraser (born 10 September 1998) is a Canadian scientonomist.
Here are all the questions formulated by Fraser:
- Deducibility in Method Employment: What does deducibility in the Third Law mean? Does it refer to the deducibility of Classic Logic, or to a logic accepted by the community at the time?
- Delegation of Authority to Individuals: Can there be delegation of authority to individuals?
- Individual and Communal Levels: What is the relation between the communal and the individual level? To what extent can the individual level epistemic stances tell about the communal level?
- Necessary Logic: What is the minimum logic required for scientific change to occur?
- Status of Method and Methodology: Can Method and Methodology be defined such that it doesn't rely on the implicit-explicit distinction?
Here are the works of Fraser included in the bibliographic records of this encyclopedia:
- Fraser and Sarwar (2018): Fraser, Patrick and Sarwar, Ameer. (2018) A Compatibility Law and the Hierarchical Mechanism of Theory Evolution. Scientonomy 2, forthcoming.
- Sarwar and Fraser (2018): Sarwar, Ameer and Fraser, Patrick. (2018) Scientificity and The Law of Theory Demarcation. Scientonomy 2, forthcoming.
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