# Is this a suitable question (about wikipedia)

I did struggle to understand wikipedia articles in general when I first encountered it. These days I believe I can spot many of its confusions and errors. But whenever I see logical or mathematical notation -- in it or the SEP -- I get lost. I cannot e.g. translate them into the language I use to think about logic and philosophy, which is from a handful of good books and articles.

Can I ask this site for a complete list of logical notation and how these combine into the sentences we read on e.g. wikipedia? Or does that already exist on wikipedia?

I think this is a very reasonable question in the abstract: besides the number of symbols there are also a number of annoying redundancies (e.g. $\rightarrow$, $\implies$, $\supset$ all stand for implication). That said, I think it would be more appropriate at math.stackexchange.