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edit "art or science"
Unless the article writer is trying to be extremely ironic, I'm pretty sure he doesn't understand the fact that philosophy exists on a different dynamic from science and doesn't really make any claims to be "science" to begin with. This sort of makes the article not incredibly funny, unless, as I said, the writer is just playing off that and emulating someone who actually DOESN'T know this, but does himself.
I agree and also think something should be done, but I am also too lazy to change it, so someone else please write something funny in its place.
Why were some of the quotes removed? I thought some of them were pretty funny. --VikingofRock 20:50, 25 March 2007 (UTC)
I thought that it would be good to disallow any links to this page... you know, as a way to stick it to Wikipedians who want to link everything to Philosophy... but would this cause problems with Philosophy being considered an orphan? Does it matter with this website? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by some ip (talk • contribs)
- Technically it can't be done. That, and I'm about to rewrite this (maybe) so would like it to be linked to. Pup • Talkies • 05:43 04 Apr
edit Just Wanted To Say
This is the article that caught my eye when I first found out about Uncyclopedia. I love the first few paragraphs. I would reccomend this for VFH but there are too many lists. Try getting it pee reviewed. Thanks for making it. Its one of the best out there. Sir ScottPat UnS CUN VFH (talk) 18:37, April 5, 2013 (UTC)
PS - I have noticed that it has changed since I last looked at it. It used to have a bit that said:
"The scope of philosophy is a broad one. Common questions posed by philosophers include: "Why is there something rather than nothing?" "Why did I choose such a useless subject?" and, most importantly, "Would you like fries with that, Sir?"