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August 2014[edit]

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Speedy deletion contested: Morpheus (disambiguation)[edit]

Hello Ruddah. I am just letting you know that I contested the speedy deletion of Morpheus (disambiguation), a page you tagged for speedy deletion, because of the following concern: G6: No specific reason was provided for the suggested deletion. The page appears to be a useful redirect. Thank you. Eastmain (talkcontribs) 23:21, 7 September 2014 (UTC)

September 2014[edit]

Information icon Thank you for your contributions to Wikipedia. It appears that you copied or moved text from one or more pages into another page. While you are welcome to re-use Wikipedia's content, here or elsewhere, Wikipedia's licensing does require that you provide attribution to the original contributor(s). When copying within Wikipedia, this is supplied at minimum in an edit summary at the page into which you've copied content. It is good practice, especially if copying is extensive, to also place a properly formatted {{copied}} template on the talk pages of the source and destination. The attribution has been provided for this situation, but if you have copied material between pages before, even if it was a long time ago, please provide attribution for that duplication. You can read more about the procedure and the reasons at Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia. It was also a huge chunk of unsourced material. Unsourced material once removed should only be replaced with at least some sources. I realise that it wasn't sourced when you found it, but moving it just makes 2 articles less than they should be. Dougweller (talk) 12:20, 10 September 2014 (UTC)

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Why were various meanings of "presentism" merged into a single article?[edit]

Did you follow all the steps on Wikipedia:Merging before doing so, leaving templates at the top of each page and waiting at least 30 days after doing so before performing the merge? I really think this merge was a mistake and would have explained reasons for my objection if I had seen such a template. The various meanings or "presentism" appear to be totally unrelated--see Wikipedia is not a dictionary, specifically the point that on wikipedia, "The same title for different things (homographs)" should have separate articles, along with the point that "Each article in an encyclopedia is about a person, a people, a concept, a place, an event, a thing etc., whereas a dictionary entry is primarily about a word, an idiom, or a term and its meanings, usage and history." The concept labeled "presentism" in philosophy (the view that past and future do not exist) is clearly quite different from the concept labeled "presentism" in literary or historical analysis (anachronistically using present-day perspectives to analyze the past), they share almost nothing in common except the label. Hypnosifl (talk) 03:47, 22 September 2014 (UTC)