|Submission rejected on 4 July 2019 by talk). (|
This topic is not sufficiently notable for inclusion in Wikipedia.Rejected by 2 months ago. Last edited by Steven Crossin 2 months ago.
- Comment: Sorry, but the name of a proposed Wikipedia article mentioned by someone (even Larry) a decade ago just doesn't merit inclusion ;-) Steven Crossin 17:59, 4 July 2019 (UTC)
EpistemicCircularity appears on the surface to be quite the unique term.
It appears as well to have been the name of one of the very first Wikipedia entries ever to exist
I am honored myself, to create a page here named by that same very term - EpistemicCircularity - in all of its circular epistemic awesomeness.
I create that page now, following our modern day, draft-article-approval-based Wikipedia, in honor of Ben Kovitz and Larry Sanger, the two gentlemen whose zany ideas created this wonderful digital soup.