[Foundation-l] Has Wikipedia changed since 2005?

Peter Damian peter.damian at btinternet.com
Sun Oct 3 15:47:43 UTC 2010

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>This is absolutely the attitude I've encountered on Wikipedia, where
>everyone thinks that if you know how to ask "what is truth?" you're
>also able to have a go at answering it. But that's the basic error
>right there, and it has driven off several of the specialists who
>might have written some good articles on those issues. And it's not
>only in article space that academic philosophers would be able to help
>improve things.

That's an answer to question 2 (are there any systematic reasons).  But what 
about question 3?  If there are any underlying or systematic reasons, can 
they easily be

Are there any small changes to the philosophy microclimate that would 
attract the plants back?

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