Shouldn't the disambiguation for "Material implication" be named accordingly?
I know on one page a Template:Other uses is used that points to "Material implication (disambiguation)", which is for some reason a redirect to "Material implication". Previously it appears this page had been for material implication, so when a talk section 4 that got moved with the page, a redirect got left behind and whatever genius named a disambiguation page without the (disambiguation) also neglected to remove the redirect on the talk page. Basically, someone's apparent mistake confused me until I realized what happened. Could we please fix the mistake now so it doesn't confuse anyone else? --Macks2008 (talk) 18:23, 3 November 2014 (UTC)
I see this still hasn't been fixed. All I'm asking is for someone with the ability to rename/move pages to do so, such that this one is named "Material implication (disambiguation)" and "Material implication" instead redirects to Material implication (disambiguation), instead of the other way around.--Macks2008 (talk) 18:07, 24 February 2017 (UTC)