Gregory Rupik

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Gregory Rupik (born 14 December 1985) is an American-Canadian historian and philosopher of science and a scientonomer, one of the co-founders of the scientonomy community and editor of the journal of Scientonomy. Rupik has done work on the history and philosophy of biology, as well as foundational issues of scientonomy.


Theories

The following table contains all the theories formulated by Rupik:

TitleTypeFormulationFormulated In
Ontology of Scientific Change Is a Core Question of ScientonomyDisciplineQuestion Ontology of Scientific Change is a core question of Scientonomy.2016
Scientonomy ExistsDescriptiveThere is such a thing as [[Scientonomy|]].2016
Ontology of Scientific Change Is a Core Question of Theoretical ScientonomyDisciplineQuestion Ontology of Scientific Change is a core question of Theoretical Scientonomy.2016
Mechanism of Scientific Change Is a Core Question of Theoretical ScientonomyDisciplineQuestion Mechanism of Scientific Change is a core question of Theoretical Scientonomy.2016
Mechanism of Scientific Change Is a Core Question of ScientonomyDisciplineQuestion Mechanism of Scientific Change is a core question of Scientonomy.2016
Theoretical Scientonomy Is a Subdiscipline of ScientonomyDisciplineTheoretical Scientonomy is a subdiscipline of Scientonomy, i.e. scientonomy is a superdiscipline of theoretical scientonomy.2016
Scientonomic Workflow (Barseghyan et al.-2016)NormativeScientonomic knowledge is best advanced by:
  1. documenting the body of accepted communal knowledge in an online encyclopedia;
  2. scrutinizing this accepted knowledge, identifying its flaws, and formulating open questions at seminars, conferences, publications, and other in-person or online formats;
  3. publishing journal articles that propose modifications to our current knowledge and documenting these suggestions;
  4. evaluating the suggested modifications with the goal of reaching a communal consensus and changing the respective encyclopedia pages when a verdict is reached.
2016
Observational Scientonomy Is a Subdiscipline of ScientonomyDisciplineObservational Scientonomy is a subdiscipline of Scientonomy, i.e. scientonomy is a superdiscipline of observational scientonomy.2024

Questions

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