User talk:Link0007

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Greetings Link0007 and welcome[edit]

Please do feel free to edit articles, you can't break the thing. There are all kinds of people who are monitoring them, so if you do something wrong, it will be fixed pretty quickly. If you see an article that needs a substantial rewrite, you may consider creating a draft in your user space (e.g. User:Link0007/Whatevername). The philosophy department is very well organized, so depending on what you are interested in, you should be able to find articles that link to each other/content that supports each other etcetera. One way to find articles is through the article lists created at the "toolserver". For instance, here is a list of Philosophy of language articles. In addition you can navigate through the category structure starting at Category:Philosophy of language. At WikiProject Philosophy you will see all kinds of tools and links on the drop down navigation template visible on the right side of the screen. There are about 20 task forces which help make it possible to find articles based on almost any criteria. I certainly invite you to add your name to the participants list, and if you need the help of the wider philosophy community, post a message to WT:PHILO. I invite your correspondence on these and any other matters. I would advise that you start a user page at User:Link0007 (it just makes you look more credible, and helps people find you, like you found me.) Greg Bard (talk) 23:16, 7 December 2012 (UTC)