Gregory Rupik (born 14 December 1985) is a Canadian historian and philosopher of science and a scientonomist, one of the co-founders of the scientonomy community and editor of the journal of Scientonomy.
The following table contains all the theories formulated by Rupik:
|Scientonomic Workflow (Barseghyan et al.-2016)||Normative||Scientonomic knowledge is best advanced by:
Here are all the questions formulated by Rupik:
- Deriving Methods from an Empty Set: Does the possibility of a method being derived from an empty set pose a problem for the current formulation of the third law? Can we conceive of a situation in which a method is derived from an empty subset?
- 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?
- Role of Used Theories in Method Employment: Does the third law allow for methods to be deductive consequences of used theories?
- Scientonomic Workflow: How should changes in the accepted body of scientonomic knowledge be introduced? What are the steps and procedures of the scientonomic workflow?
Here are the works of Rupik included in the bibliographic records of this encyclopedia:
- Barseghyan et al. (Eds.) (2022): Barseghyan, Hakob et al. (Eds.). (2022) Scientonomy: The Challenges of Constructing a Theory of Scientific Change. Vernon Press.
- Barseghyan, Overgaard, and Rupik (2018): Barseghyan, Hakob; Overgaard, Nicholas and Rupik, Gregory. (2018) Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science. Open Library. eCampus Ontario. Retrieved from https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/introhps/.
- Rupik (2019): Rupik, Gregory. (2019) Scientonomy: A Bold New Vision for an Integrated History and Philosophy of Science. In Herring et al. (Eds.) (2019), 19-37.
- Rupik (2021): Rupik, Gregory. (2021) Ateleological Propagation in Goethe’s Metamorphosis of Plants. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 43, 32.
- Rupik et al. (2022): Rupik, Gregory et al. (2022) Introduction. In Barseghyan et al. (Eds.) (2022), xi-xvi.
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