Talk:Science and the nonphysical
Move to topic?
Shouldn't this be a topic, rather than an article? PeterMG 05:33, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
- The "Topic:" namespace is intended to be used for what might be considered "departments" or "divisions". It does not seem uncommon for this misunderstanding to occur. I think I remember having the same thoughts about it too when I first started editing. Perhaps the community should make a better effort to communicate this. As I understand it, lessons, courses, discussions, etc all belong in the main namespace. --Remi 05:37, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
- The page was originally thought of as main namespace educational content, but towards the end it has been turning to discussions of how to teach science. We could copy the discussion of how to teach science and creationism to a content development project. Topic:Evolutionary biology is one of the content development projects that indirectly links to Science and the nonphysical. Topic:Evolutionary biology --> Science as religion --> Darwinism as religion --> Science teaching materials for creationism --> Science and the nonphysical. Topic:Philosophy of Science is a content development project that links directly to Science and the nonphysical. There could be a new content development project called Topic:Creationism or something similar. See Wikiversity:Topics and Wikiversity:Content development. --JWSchmidt 13:56, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
Perhaps splitting this discussion into multiple pages (subpages) would improve navigability. --Remi 06:35, 9 April 2008 (UTC)