Scope of Scientonomy - All Fields (Barseghyan-2015)

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This is an answer to the question Scope of Scientonomy - Time Fields and Scale that states "Scientonomy should account for all changes to the scientific mosaic, regardless of which fields of inquiry they concern."

Scope of Scientonomy - All Fields 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 theory was introduced by Barseghyan in The Laws of Scientific Change pp. 61-72 and became de facto accepted by the community at that time together with the whole theory of scientific change.Yes

Question Answered

Scope of Scientonomy - All Fields (Barseghyan-2015) is an attempt to answer the following question: For changes in the mosaic of what time period ought a scientonomic theory account? For changes in which fields of inquiry ought it to account? Ought it deal only in grand changes, or should it account for minor changes as well?

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It is a task of scientonomy to trace and explain all changes in a mosaic, regardless of which field (discipline) the change concerns. This applies to all fields of inquiry considered scientific by the respective community. For instance, if theology or astrology were parts of the mosaic under study, then a transition from one accepted theological or astrological theory to another during that time period should be explained by scientonomy.


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