Can a question be asked again, particularly if the answers were thought to be insufficient?
I ran across a case of this happening (although you can always debate whether it was the exact same question). Here are the two questions, the first from 2013 and the second from 2018:
- What is the difference between the Eastern and Western views of the one essence/substance of the Godhead?
- What is the Ontological Difference between the Catholic and the Orthodox View of God?
This case seems reasonable to me, which is why I am asking. The first question elicited only one answer which netted zero votes and seems to be poorly sourced (and yet this answer was accepted). Supposing the person who asked the second question was aware of the first, was he justified in asking again?
If you think my example is bad and that those are two different questions, then just imagine the case where they are the same question. Is repeating a question 5 years later allowed if the answers to the first question were not satisfactory?