Wikipedia:Vital articles/Expanded/Philosophy and religion

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Vital articles
Level 1     Level 2     Level 3     Level 4

Vital articles is a list of subjects for which Wikipedia should have corresponding high-quality articles. It serves as a centralized watchlist to track the status of Wikipedia's most essential articles. This is one of eleven Level 4 sub-lists of ten thousand articles and is currently under construction.

Articles are labelled as:

These symbols are updated manually and may be out of date; you are encouraged to fix any errors you discover.

This list is tailored to the English-language Wikipedia. There is also a list of one thousand articles considered vital to Wikipedias of all languages.

For more information on this list and the process for adding articles, please see the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Contents

Philosophy and religion (415 articles)[edit]

See also: Philosophers and Religious figures

Philosophy (93 articles)[edit]

Philosophical branches, approaches and concepts (68 articles)[edit]

Religion and spirituality (81 articles)[edit]

Specific religions (136 articles)[edit]

Abrahamic religions (72 articles)[edit]

Eastern religions (46 articles)[edit]

Other religions (18 articles)[edit]

New religious movements (3 article)[edit]

Esoterics, magic and mysticism (13 articles)[edit]

Mythology (89 articles)[edit]

Greek and Roman mythology (22 articles)[edit]

Greek mythological heroes (6 articles)[edit]

  1. C-Class article Achilles
  2. C-Class article Aeneas
  3. C-Class article Heracles
  4. C-Class article Odysseus
  5. B-Class article Oedipus
  6. C-Class article Perseus

Greek deities (12 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Aphrodite
  2. B-Class article Delisted good article Apollo
  3. B-Class article Ares
  4. B-Class article Artemis
  5. B-Class article Athena
  6. B-Class article Gaia
  7. C-Class article Hades
  8. B-Class article Hera
  9. B-Class article Hermes
  10. Start-Class article Hephaestus
  11. C-Class article Poseidon
  12. C-Class article Zeus

Roman deities (4 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Jupiter
  2. B-Class article Delisted good article Mars
  3. Start-Class article Minerva
  4. B-Class article Venus

Native American mythology (3 articles)[edit]

  1. Start-Class article Coyote
  2. C-Class article Great Spirit
  3. B-Class article Quetzalcoatl

Norse mythology (3 articles)[edit]

  1. C-Class article Odin
  2. B-Class article Freyja
  3. Good article Thor

Shinto mythology (1 article)[edit]

  1. Start-Class article Amaterasu

Mythological creatures (21 articles)[edit]

  1. C-Class article Legendary creature
  2. C-Class article Centaur
  3. Start-Class article Chimera
  4. C-Class article Demon
  5. C-Class article Dragon
  6. B-Class article Fairy
  7. B-Class article Garuda
  8. C-Class article Ghost
  9. Symbol question.svg Giant
  10. C-Class article Jinn
  11. C-Class article Delisted good article Leprechaun
  12. B-Class article Loch Ness Monster
  13. C-Class article Magician
  14. Good article Mermaid
  15. Start-Class article Pegasus
  16. B-Class article Siren
  17. C-Class article Sphinx
  18. B-Class article Unicorn
  19. Featured article Vampire
  20. B-Class article Werewolf
  21. C-Class article Zombie

Mythological places (5 articles)[edit]

  1. B-Class article Delisted good article Atlantis
  2. B-Class article Camelot
  3. B-Class article El Dorado
  4. Symbol question.svg Shangri-La
  5. Start-Class article Utopia