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Subjective Questions: Deciding what we want as a community

My two cents: even for questions that are phrased in a subjective way, what ends up mattering more on this site is whether answers are given in an objective or subjective manner. I can imagine, for ...
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What can be done to get less rubbish answers?

This is a big problem. I just recently joined. There are too many answers by people who have probably not studied philosophy at all. I'll just mention one example (I could pick any number of examples):...
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Subjective Questions: Deciding what we want as a community

Not an answer, but a summary so far: It seems that from James' and Keelan's answers (and the people who upvoted them), we will just not really allow subjective questions on the site at all, however ...
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Subjective Questions: Deciding what we want as a community

My opinion reflects why I generally find this SE-philosophy frustrating and therefore avoid the site. Questions that show no effort at research. Questions that are not grounded in the practice of ...
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What is my recourse to edits that change the sense of my contribution?

If you feel a change to your post has altered your intended meaning, you should be able to rollback any edits that were made, or, further edit the post to re-convey an intended message. Also, if ...
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What can be done to get less rubbish answers?

I do think that this is a problem. But I suspect the low-quality questions are, at least in part, a result of the general public not having acquaintance with what philosophy actually does. If we ...
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