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14 March 2010



so yeah. take this, along with Richard Crary's post about philosophical trust:

wikipedia gets a bad rap, but i think that's because it is a threat to the type of "authority" Crary talks about, that we are compelled to place our trust in when evaluating The Facts. the open-source approach may be the way to go in education, as internet access becomes cheaper than textbooks, and textbook content becomes a product of Texas politics. its open method provides a means to evaluate claims of authority. while it doesn't solve the problem of trust, it may preempt to some extent the violation of trust arising from political endorsement of particular "facts."

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