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Hi, in the last sentence of this Geist Wikipedia article excerpt in the Hegelianism section, is the word “are” meant to be “and”? The [sic] shown here is my own addition. It seems to make sense if it is an “and,” or that the comma after “(“national spirits”)” is a colon, other the sentence makes no grammatical sense and is confusing. Are you the author of this excerpt yourself by the way? Many thanks.
“Geist is a central concept in Hegel's The Phenomenology of Spirit (Phänomenologie des Geistes). According to Hegel, the Weltgeist ("world spirit") is not an actual object or a transcendental, Godlike thing, but a means of philosophizing about history. Weltgeist is effected in history through the mediation of various Volksgeister ("national spirits"), the great men of history, such as Napoleon, are [sic] the "concrete universal".”
So i was editing Landry Shamet's page because you know, no one is sure of anything, so when I wrote he may have played for the LA Clippers and possibly played three games in college, he blocked me.
Hey, i noticed that you recently responded to my request to my username change  and you mentioned that the username '555snowy' was taken. Firstly, I wanted to thank you for noticing my request.
I was wondering if instead of '555snowy', it could be 'mabrikananixi' ?
Also unrelated, but I would like to translate some pages on Wikiepdia into Wahiyani, a modern Eyeri dialect. However, I'm unsure of the process of translating pages into such a language. Any information regarding how to go about the process is much appreciated.
- @Sydddd5555: "mabrikananixi" appears to be available, but the first letter will have to be upper case due to technical restrictions. I will go ahead and rename your account. I will share some of my thoughts on your second question later. -★- PlyrStar93 →Message me. ← 23:06, 29 May 2019 (UTC)
- @Mabrikananixi: As for translating pages, you will need to post the translated version into the corresponding language's wiki project, which means that language's Wikipedia should exist in the first place. There is a beta tool called "Content Translation" which can be enabled in your preferences, but I generally avoid it for some reasons. You can start from scratch in a sandbox page within your user space, translating the text into your language in your own words. You don't have to complete the translation all at once, but you can save your work and continue later. When you think it's in good shape, you can move that page to the desired title in article (main) namespace. Then, add a note on the translated page's talk page stating there are contents translated from original page with the link so you give proper attribution. If a Wikipedia of your language does not exist, you might want to create the content in Wikimedia Incubator which helps build potential wiki projects, but it can take quite some time before a new project gets approved. -★- PlyrStar93 →Message me. ← 23:27, 29 May 2019 (UTC)
Hello. plystar93 it's me Gordon Kafrushy (talk) 03:51, 6 June 2019 (UTC) I "vandalised" Methodism on accident I tried adding Fanny Cochrane Smith to people because I read something like "Fanny Cochrane Smith was given 300 acres of land so she used up 100 of the acres of land to make a Methodism church and became a Methodist." I then accidentally deleted everything and wrote hi and published it, then I edited it again to add "Hi I accidentally deleted the code" or "Hi I accidentally broke the code" Hoping someone would undo it. Thank you, Gordon Kafrushy (talk) 03:51, 6 June 2019 (UTC)
- @Gordon Kafrushy: You can simply find the page history and there is the option to undo your own edit. The edits are already reverted, though. -★- PlyrStar93 →Message me. ← 03:55, 6 June 2019 (UTC)
Robyn edit and IP
- @184.108.40.206: You may consider creating an account to not only avoid unrelated user messages, but also keep track of your own contributions if you start editing. -★- PlyrStar93 →Message me. ← 01:54, 12 June 2019 (UTC)
A Kid in King Arthur
hi PlyrStar -- about the reversion, that wasn't me. I just got this number this morning, it's a prepay Rogers account for while I am visiting Canada, and I didn't even know there was a Kid in King Arthur's Court topic.
But I amy go look now, since the Mark Twain book was half funny, half infuriating :)
So it wasn't I, but thanks for the note anyhow. Gracias, and happy 4th (or Canada Day, if you are north of the border) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 01:38, 29 June 2019 (UTC)
How to comment?
- @Psilosyn: Just go to the page and find the section, and there is a link to edit. Put your comment below mine (just say confirm), then sign with four tildes. But since you are confirming here, I can go ahead and rename your account now, so you don't have to confirm again. Regards. -★- PlyrStar93 →Message me. ← 23:55, 8 July 2019 (UTC)