Are too many questions being closed because of how they are phrased?
I don't mean questions that are un-understandable, what are they even asking, but one's which people think are a bad fit for the site because they aren't clearly otherwise.
e.g. this question I had to edit to
How would Hume respond to seeing, rather than an account of, a miracle? Has any contemporary atheist philosopher explicitly tried to refute how Hume would respond?
after getting five close votes.
Before that it read something like
- How would Hume respond to seeing, rather than an account of, a miracle? How do contemporary atheist philosophers respond to this.
Which I concur, is "too broad", if the second sentence is read so broadly that it includes any treatment of 'miracles'. But here's my point: you could very easily charitably read it to mean that. I would suggest an edit, rather than closing the question, which likely won't ever get enough re-open votes to be active now.
i.e. are too many questions being closed because they are equivocally a bad fit.