What is subquestion? How should it be defined?
Questions can have subquestions. For instance, the question "Was Peter the Great an emperor of Russia?" is a subquestion of "Who were the emperors of Russia?", which is itself a subquestion of a broader question "Who were the rulers of Russia?". But what makes some question a subquestion of another question?
In the scientonomic context, this term was first used by Paul Patton and Cyrus Al-Zayadi in 2021. The term is currently accepted by Scientonomy community.
|Community||Accepted From||Acceptance Indicators||Still Accepted||Accepted Until||Rejection Indicators|
|Scientonomy||1 August 2021||This is when Patton and Al-Zayadi's Disciplines in the Scientonomic Ontology hat 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|
|Subquestion (Patton-Al-Zayadi-2021)||A question Q is a subquestion of another question Q’, iff any direct answer to Q is also a partial answer to Q’.||2021|
|Modification||Community||Date Suggested||Summary||Verdict||Verdict Rationale||Date Assessed|
|Sciento-2021-0006||Scientonomy||1 August 2021||Accept new definitions of subquestion, core question, core theory, discipline, delineating theory, subdiscipline, and discipline acceptance.||Open|
There is currently no accepted answer to this question.
There is currently no accepted view concerning the existence of subquestions.
No classes are currently accepted as being disjoint with this class.
No classes are currently accepted as subtypes of a subquestion.
No classes are currently accepted as supertypes of a subquestion.
No associations of a subquestion are currently accepted.
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