A philosophical approach to scientific and everyday inquiry developed by Hintikka (1999). The model proposed that genuine inquiry as a question-driven process. It is based on the observation that human agents in problem situations answer initial fuzzy big questions by separating a series of subordinate small questions. From the perspective of trialogical approach, these questions are trialogical objects that the participants pursue across their studies.

References

Hintikka, J. (1999). Inquiry as inquiry: A logic of scientific discovery. Selected papers of jaakko hintikka (Vol. 5). Dordrecht: Kluwer.


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