What is logical presupposition? How should it be defined?
While theories are answers to questions presuppose theories. The concept of logical presupposition is meant to denote the logical (as opposed to epistemic) aspect of the relation of presupposition.
In the scientonomic context, this question was first formulated by Hakob Barseghyan and Nichole Levesley in 2021. The question is currently accepted as a legitimate topic for discussion by Scientonomy community. At the moment, the question has no accepted answer in Scientonomy.
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|Scientonomy||1 August 2021||This is when Barseghyan and Levesley's Question Dynamics that offered a definition of the term was published. This is a good indication that the question of how the term is to be defined is considered legitimate by the community.||Yes|
|Logical Presupposition (Barseghyan-Levesley-2021)||A theory is said to be a logical presupposition of a question, iff the theory is logically entailed by any direct answer to the question.||2021|
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|Sciento-2021-0001||Scientonomy||1 August 2021||Accept the definitions of logical presupposition and epistemic presupposition.||Open|
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