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Removed deletion proposal
The reversal test is a supposedly important invention of a very prominent philosopher at Oxford University. The article needs to be improved, not deleted. Paul Beardsell (talk) 08:49, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
- Not every neologism invented by a philosopher is noteworthy. Is Bostrom "very prominent" in philosophy itself, or in getting himself into the papers (which he's good at)? This is part of a WP:WG of Bostrom-related fragments - he has a number of enthusiastic fans, but not a lot of outside notability. If it's not a "neologism with no third-party WP:RS evidence of currency", I urge you to produce these third-party WP:RSes showing currency of the term - David Gerard (talk) 09:10, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
I've moved the shortintro template because as it was, the lede was getting lost completely!