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Why was this answer to "In category theory, why do we meet more left adjoints than right adjoints?" deleted?

This answer was converted to a comment and deleted. In category theory, why do we meet more left adjoints than right adjoints Yes, philosophy has an answer. Our universe is contingent. There are many ...
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Restoring an intuitionism answer

There was this very fine answer by @Jobermark justifying and explaining intuitionism. I think it was this one: https://philosophy.stackexchange.com/q/64039/37256 though I'm not sure since the question ...
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After getting an idea across, can an ethical syllogism be capable of an infinite amount of answers?

I am asking this for an answer providing deductive statements about some specific school of ethics: Kantian categorical imperative, Peter Singer's preference utilitarianism, etc. If asking for a brief ...
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How to determine in which cases is it strictly necessary to add citations to reliable sources that support my assertions?

This might be considered as a further elaboration on my previous question Users acting as authorities, in the sense that, similarly to that question, I want to clarify for myself some existing nowhere ...
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Please undelete this answer

This question is about the Tractatus, and the role of different logics. The answer I gave is explaining the fact that the logic you use is largely conventional, in that any alternate logic, once ...
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My Neitzsche answers: what's wrong with them? (part 1)

After posting a string of answers on Nietzsche questions, my answers were deleted and I got put in the penalty box for a week by moderator Joseph Weissman. I don't understand why—this is both ...
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