The question of which ones of the list philosophers
will 'balk at' is
different from the question of 'what would work' i.e. what would improve
content. Answer: none of them. They are all eminently sensible and
desirable. On citation I can remember getting this drummed into me as
of my elementary philosophical training some years ago.
Now: why haven't they worked?
To avoid any confusion here, my point was that:
1. None of the items on this list
would be balked at by philosophers. Philosophers already address most of
these basic principles in their own work.
2. Equally, none of them, singly or collectively, would in my view address
the problem of why philosophy is such a problem in Wikipedia. Philosophers
already address most of these basic principles in their own work, and they
apply them on Wikipedia. They haven't worked. Philosophy is worse now than
in 2005 (2007at the latest).