Question in question: What is the difference between an account and an approach?
This question is on-topic on ELU and received two answers. The accepted answer says that the usage of "account" is not common, and is better replaced by "model" or "theory". However, I feel that all three words are actually used commonly within the philosophy circle, suggesting that there are specific contexts where "account" is a better word choice than the others. Therefore, I think migrating the question to Philosophy SE would reveal more subtle things that most folks in ELU may not be aware of.
However, one mod said that doing so kind of pooh-poohs the work done by users here. They recommend me asking the question at Philosophy.SE, pointing to this one, explaining how I need a more nuanced answer. I don't object doing that, I just still don't get that why migration is a bad idea in this case.
In Stack Exchange we strive to provide the best answer for every question. I suppose users who submitted answers would be happy if they saw a better answer than theirs?
There is a similar question, but it's specifically for ELU → ELL migration.