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Reflections on improving the cluster of articles on skepticism[edit]

Too many of this subset of articles are pontificatory and lack rigorous sources. They are also unsystematic and disorganized, both in terms of structure, and in terms of inconsistent levels of detail and focus. Across the articles, there is also significant repetition and redundancy. My hope is to cut down on the repetition and redundancy with the aim of fitting most if not all of the spinoffs into one or two substantive, comprehensive and well-organized articles, allowing for spinoffs for certain articles that rightfully deserve their own focus, such as legal skepticism.

Articles under consideration[edit]

Skepticism, philosophical skepticism, scepticism in law, scientific skepticism, religious skepticism, pseudoskepticism, doubt, local skepticism, moral skepticism, academic skepticism.