Building on an earlier post about voting (early and often), I wanted to reach out and get some thoughts from the community on how to increase the utilization of the 'ask question!' button by a larger cross-section of our user base.
So a large part of my question here is about how we tempt more students of philosophy in particular to ask more of their actual questions that arise from their philosophy study and work?
Now, to be clear I am certainly not suggesting posting seed questions or anything like that -- the goal as always should be specific problems you are facing in the study of philosophy, which invite answers that make you better at your job (studying philosophy). But please keep in mind that, even though it is sometimes difficult to formulate a good question, the community is here to help flesh it out.
The central point I think I am trying to express is to encourage more of you that are actively engaged in philosophical study to share your questions as well as answers with us.