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WikiProject Philosophy (Rated C-class, High-importance)
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The {{WikiProject Philosophy}} project banner template should be added (not substituted) to the talk page of every article within the scope of the project. While the template does not require any additional parameters, it has a number of optional ones that add various extra features to the banner. The full syntax is as follows:

{{WikiProject Philosophy
|importance= (High, Mid, Low, NA)
|class= (FA, A, GA, B, C, Start, Stub, List, Cat, or Template)
<!-- Task forces (instruments) -->
<!-- Task forces (core areas) -->
<!-- Task forces (major fields) -->
<!-- Task forces (major traditions) -->
<!-- Task forces (periods) -->

To avoid needlessly cluttering up talk pages, it is usually appropriate to remove any unused parameters from the template.

General parameters

Task forces


  • philosopher – "yes" if the subject matter of the article is a person. These articles are supported by the Philosophers task force.
  • literature – "yes" if the subject matter of the article is a book, essay, article or other written literature. These articles are supported by the Philosophical literature task force.

Core areas

Major fields

Major traditions