This seems pretty open-and-shut for some of the other SE sites, but I'm not quite familiar with how Philosophy.SE works yet so forgive me if this is a poor question or has been discussed previously (I couldn't find anything).
Consider the question "Is there a school of thought that considers human less significant than other beings?" and the question "Are human lives always more important than animal lives?" from the past few days. On any other SE site I've used, the former would be regarded as a decent question but the latter promptly closed as not answerable because the answer given by a anthropocentrist would necessarily be different to that given by a biocentrist, a ultilitarian, etc. Is this standard enforced on Philosophy.SE?
Would the solution be to require as a rule of thumb that all questions either state a connection to a given philosophy/school (e.g. "What is Kant's view on X" "What does Y mean in the context of school Z") or else clearly tied to a theory/method (e.g. a question from formal logic)?
EDIT: On re-reading the help section, this would seem to fall under 'open-ended, hypothetical;, but the crux of my question still stands.