Talk:Abaris the Hyperborean

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Is Greek all right?

The Greek looks fine; but I am wondering why what's new in this article isn't simply added to Abaris? Smerdis of Tlön 20:20, 1 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Yes, it is. Merging however is not. There are more Abaris than the Hyperborean. There is more to culture than meets the eye. Reductionism, American style, does not a culture make. - irismeister 21:24, 2004 Apr 16 (UTC)

irismeister: Wikipedia articles are not proper venues for polemic. Particularly when the polemic is only vaguely related to the topic at hand. I understand that you have important criticisms of Western medicine, reductionism, occultism, the Greek approach to ethnography, and a number of other topics; but they really don't belong in the article about Abaris. Feel free to add more, but please do keep it neutral. Bacchiad 15:53, 8 Jul 2004 (UTC)

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