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This article needs a bit of a stylistic cleanup; it is also somewhat POV in Albert's favour. Ben Finn 22:11, 24 August 2006 (UTC)
Is this true 2009 after all those corrections Thomasmeeks made 2006? Perhaps somebody could eventually remove the accusation of POV and stylistic flaws.hjn (talk) 18:37, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
To rate or to improve? that is the question... - Native speakers easily might improve what I don't know better. The same applies to any inadequate (sic!) POV. Any outsider seeing more clearly my faults is invited to improve (sic!) this article. I am the first auther and hopefully not the last. Greetings to all coming critics. hjn 07:35, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
This is a very interesting article. Bravo to H-J-Niemann. I have taken him at his word. My edits are intended as mostly stylistic within Wiki guidelines. If my edits say anything that Albert does not, that should be corrected. Thomasmeeks 15:21, 6 November 2006 (UTC)
Thank you so much, Thomasmeeks. That's exactly what I thought Wikipedia should work out. I am happy this article is no longer only "my article". hjn 17:35, 20 November 2006 (UTC)
2010. Four years later. What about the idea of Wikipedia? Together we are... Am I the only one in the world who knows about Hans Albert? Unfortunately I grow older and have to write books of my own which cannot wait longer. So, reader, coming to this place feel pity. In my opinion Hans Albert is a philosopher much more worthwhile being read than, say, his opponent of 'Positivism Debate' Jürgen Habermas. Look how nicely you have worked for that guy. Isn't it somewhat unfair? Greetings to my unknown readers. hjn (talk) 11:15, 30 March 2010 (UTC)