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If you are familiar with Heidegger, and/or the total failures of academic realism, you are heartily encouraged to review! If you are a realist...... Jlsmith 23:17, 17 February 2009 (UTC)

Waow... I mean.. WTF!?! I tried, I really really tried. Read it, re-read it because I wanted to get it and review but my brain just blows a blank. Soz but I didn't get shit from this article. Maybe that was the point but in that case I didnt really enjoy it. I sure hope someone else gets this and co do something about it. Cheers --kit 17:16, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
I think it's a rather good article, but maybe too much/philosophical to take for the common man. -Sockpuppet of an unregistered user 09:53, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
*Spits out coffee* Whoa. As Socky says, this article is only likely to be understood by a minority of people who visit the site. These are the only remarks I can offer, I don't know what should be done, but if anyone wants to review it, that's cool, obviously. --SoIwastolazytolearnGermanic.jpg-kun "whisper sweet nothings into thine ear..." 15:55, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
Humour: 3 A very good read, but a little bit too psychological to be funny. It is likely to be overlooked by a common reader looking for shits and giggles," and seems to lack the good bit of genuine humor presented by most featured articles. I liked it, but I've read more humorous articles, and I'm sure others have as well.
Concept: 8 A great concept. The cosmological argument is a highly sophisticated topic with many opportunities for clever commentary. A good idea in it's basic stages.
Prose and formatting: 10 Rarely a grammar or spelling mistake. Not a thing to complain about here.
Images: 2 Only one image, and it's pretty vague. I would advise you add in more. (You could also put out an image request, but this might not be the best idea, seeing as I put one out about 1 month ago and it has yet to receive any responses.)
Miscellaneous: 6 I liked this article, but some parts are a little bit overly complicated.
Final Score: 29 What I would suggest (and maybe this is just me) is that you put in a sub-section after each main section describing what has been said in simpler terms. I hate to use this simile, but possibly like a sophisticated "Idiot's Guide To The Cosmological Argument."
Reviewer: --Smokin' Cheddar BBQ: The King of the Triangular Snackfoods 19:12, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
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