I have a question about my Philosophy Stack Exchange post: Philosophy of Logic – Converting formal proofs to sound deductive inference
What policy or guidance prevents people from closing posts as unclear that are unclear only because the person closing the post lacks the required prerequisite knowledge?
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Closing posts as unclear (that are perfectly clear) seems to be a way around that fact that there is no button to close a post for breaking the non existent rule that peer reviews are not allowed. This really seems to be far less than fully forthcoming and thus a serious breach of professional decorum.
If there is no rule saying peer reviews are not allowed, and there is no button that allows closing a post for breaking the rule that peer reviews are not allowed then the honest approach would seem to refrain from closing such posts. The approach currently being employed seems unethical.
This assumes that the peer review question fits the Q&A model in that this question is focused on a single point having a precise objective answer.