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Philosophy of Religion[edit]

Hi, about your recent edits to the article Philosophy of Religion, while you provided a couple of sources, much of the material you added appears to be unsourced and original research WP:NOR - adding sourced content is acceptable, but original research, even it true, is not WP:VERIFY - I removed your cited material with the original research as it was too difficult to sort out the edit - if you wish to restore the cited material, you are welcome - thanks - Epinoia (talk) 19:32, 10 January 2020 (UTC)

Jeez, that was a very fast deletion! I would not agree with you that this material is original research, indeed most of that info can be found in the pages that are linked to in those passages. I have not had the time to add the citations just this moment. But I do not think it was appropriate to immediately delete them as "original research" (perhaps just adding citation needed tag would have sufficed). I will see when I have time to track down all the sources for this then, but you are making this more strict than it needs to be IMO. Javierfv1212
- I have seen editors put in the edit summary something like "will add sources later", but when something is added without citations it is impossible to know if it is original research or not - the basic introductory guideline for editing Wikipedia (Wikipedia:Contributing to Wikipedia#Documenting sources) says, "it's a necessity to include references listing reliable...sources you have used to write or expand articles." - probably the best way to avoid reverts for original research is to add the sources with the edit (not lecturing you, just following the guidelines) - cheers - Epinoia (talk) 20:30, 10 January 2020 (UTC)

Nature of mind[edit]

Robert Sharf, Mindfulness and Mindlessness in Early Chan (pdf at thezensite) may be of inetrest to you. Regards, Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 10:00, 20 January 2020 (UTC)

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