On several occasions, I have started a text on problems with Wikipedia. With too many items to discuss, I have always lost interest before I was even half-done. 3,207 more words
The Alathciera (lit. “weave-of-knowledge”) is the great encyclopedia published by the Repository of All Knowledge. It is a hypermedia encyclopedia containing 3×1218 bits of information, making up 2×1211 articles, based on the Repository’s 9,000 years of scholarship, and making up an abridged set of the full holdings of the Repository of All Knowledge. 201 more words
Why is it that rich people and poor people or shall we say commoners are still divided? What the rich people got so special?
Brands and names, high reputation, best schools and education, best life and health insurance, companies money obviously and foremost cars and houses and palaces, villas, mansions, etc… shall I go on? 499 more words
Via Daily Nous.
The Encyclopedia of Concise Concepts by Women Philosophers aims to explain, in 300 words or less, “a concept as it was developed by a woman philosopher,” each concept bolstered by referenced to books, articles, and biographies attached to each entry. 89 more words