Response to the Argument from Changeability of Scientific Method (Barseghyan-2015)

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This is an answer to the question Possibility of Scientonomy - Argument from Changeability of Scientific Method that states "Scientonomy does not postulate the existence of a universal and unchanging method of science; thus the fact that methods of science are changeable is not detrimental to the prospects of scientonomy."

Response to the Argument from Changeability of Scientific Method was formulated by Hakob Barseghyan in 2015.1 It is currently accepted by Scientonomy community as the best available answer to the question.

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Scientonomy1 January 2016The theorem became de facto accepted by the community at that time together with the whole theory of scientific change.Yes

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Response to the Argument from Changeability of Scientific Method (Barseghyan-2015) is an attempt to answer the following question: How can there be scientonomy if the methods of science are changeable?

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References

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