Here is a question to SF enthusiasts, those people who (like me) work with solution-focused techniques and principles like the scaling question, exceptions questions, miracle questions and so on. But before going to the question, please let me explain why I ask it.
Charles Darwin, the man who formulated the Theory of Evolution, which, according to Scientific American is - still - the most powerful idea in science, is often said to have been his own severest critic. He realized that science is always a work in progress and consciously made a habit of constantly challenging and attacking his own convictions and ideas. By doing so he sharpened his ideas and was able to incorporated answers and solutions to many objections that would later be ventilated into his theory.
Now that you understand why I ask, here is my question to those of you who are really enthusiastic about the solution-focused approach: What good criticism can you think of that outsiders could have on the solution-focused approach as it is usually defined?