Are there questions that are necessarily part of any mosaic? Should there be a minimum number of accepted questions in an epistemic community in order for that community to experience scientific change?
The current answer to what are the necessary elements for scientific change to take place in the Scientonomy community is the non-empty mosaic theorem and Necessary Method theorem. The theorem states that due to 3'rd law, any epistemic community must have at least one method in order to undergo scientific change.
With the acceptance of questions in to the ontology of Scientonomy, a new question arises. Are there questions that are necessarily part of any mosaic? If there are such question(s), what are they? It seems like any epistemic community must at least have a subject matter. If this is indeed the case, it follows that there should be at least one accepted question in any community which determines the boundaries of its inquiry.
In the scientonomic context, this question was first formulated by Sinan Karamehmetoglu in 2018. 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.
|Community||Accepted From||Acceptance Indicators||Still Accepted||Accepted Until||Rejection Indicators|
|Scientonomy||15 November 2018||This question was acknowledged as legitimate in the Scientonomy Seminar 2018 Fall.||Yes|
There is currently no accepted answer to this question.
This topic is a sub-topic of Necessary Elements.
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