I noticed that some of Wikipedia's entries about Aristotle have external links to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, so I added external links to the very similar Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. (Also, I've noticed that a good number of Wikipedia entries already have external links to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.)
To be open, let me state that I edited some of the articles in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (but not the ones I added external links for). I would very much appreciate hearing what you think about the appropriateness of my links.
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