Modification talk:Sciento-2018-0017

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Commenting on this modification is closed; the modification is accepted.


Hakob Barseghyan

8 months ago
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Since compatibility is a stance that can be taken towards epistemic elements of all types, we need a better definition that the one we currently accept. Fraser and Sarwar's definition, I believe, is a great improvement over the current one.

My position is that the modification is to be accepted.

Ameer Sarwar

4 months ago
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This modification claims that compatibility is a stance that can be taken towards methods, theories, and questions alike. The previous definition claimed that this stance could be taken only towards theories. But we now recognize that this may hold between theories-theories, theories-methods, theories-questions, methods-methods, methods-questions, and questions-questions. The use of the term "elements" captures all of these possibilities. It is also neutral to the the addition of new epistemic elements to the scientonomic ontology.

Ameer Sarwar

4 months ago
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Therefore, my suggestion is that the modification should be accepted.

Hakob Barseghyan

9 days ago
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Since the modification tries to fix an obvious drawback of my original definition, it is not surprising that it hasn't raised any objections. We can consider the matter settled.

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