Mechanism of Discipline Rejection

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What is the mechanism of discipline rejection? How do disciplines become rejected?

The discipline of astrology was an accepted part of early modern science, but is no longer a part of science today. Alchemy, phrenology, and natural theology are other examples of disciplines that are no longer a part of modern science. Scientonomy has formulated accounts of how theories and questions become rejected. Answering the question of the mechanism of disciplines rejection is of great importance to theoretical scientonomy.

In the scientonomic context, this question was first formulated by Paul Patton and Cyrus Al-Zayadi in 2021.

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