Calahan Janik-Jones is a Canadian scientonomist.
Here are all the questions formulated by Janik-Jones:
- 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?
- Implementation vs. Employment of Methods: Is there a difference between implementation and employment of a method? Is the mechanism of implementation the same as the mechanism of employment?
- 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?
- Pursuit as Acceptance: Is the category of theory pursuit really distinct from that of theory acceptance?
- Role of Non-Social and Environmental Factors in Scientific Change: In addition to interactions between people in a community, what role do interactions between people and their natural, non-social environment have on the process of scientific change?
- Status of Method and Methodology: Can Method and Methodology be defined such that it doesn't rely on the implicit-explicit distinction?
- The Necessity of Language in Community: Is a shared language, or propositional code, presupposed by the existence of an epistemic community?
- The Status of Holism and Ripple Effect: Is it the case that changes in one of the elements of a mosaic can have a "ripple effect" on the rest of the mosaic?
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