Wikipedia talk:Comparison to Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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misreading[edit]

Identity Politics

[As of December 23rd 2006]

"Global capitalism appears to be widening the gap between the North and South, and working to further marginalize women, ethnic or indigenous minorities, and the disabled in the so-called Third and Fourth Worlds." Statistics suggest otherwise. Global capitalism has been correlated with economic growth, a decrease in famine, an increase in life expectancy, and increased democritization. [1]

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the standford article says in the so-called Third and Fourth Worlds.. so any arguement about capitalism in general isn't really relevant.--naught101 10:57, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

Assessing quality[edit]

"An exercise in quality assessment might suggest itself: compare the what is found on various topics at the SEP to what is found here...." I have a feeling the what is found there is more grammatical, at least, than the what is found here.

An another exercise "suggests itself": a little basic proof-reading before posting. Fixed, but I'd rather leave it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 72.229.62.47 (talk) 16:00, 22 November 2008 (UTC)