Procedural Method

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What is procedural method? How should it be defined?

Procedural method is one of the key concepts in current scientonomy. Thus, its proper definition is of great importance.

In the scientonomic context, this question was first formulated by Hakob Barseghyan in 2015. The question is currently accepted as a legitimate topic for discussion by Scientonomy community. Procedural Method (Barseghyan-2015) is currently accepted by Scientonomy community as the best available definition of the term. Procedural Method (Barseghyan-2015) states "A method which doesn't presuppose any contingent propositions."

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Procedural Method (Barseghyan-2015)A method which doesn't presuppose any contingent propositions.2015
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ScientonomyProcedural Method (Barseghyan-2015)1 January 2016

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Current View

In Scientonomy community, the accepted definition of the term is Procedural Method (Barseghyan-2015). It is defined as: "A method which doesn't presuppose any contingent propositions."

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Currently, procedural method is defined as a method which doesn't presuppose any contingent propositions. 1p. 219

Related Topics

This topic is a sub-topic of Method.

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References

  1. ^  Barseghyan, Hakob. (2015) The Laws of Scientific Change. Springer.

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