“Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument”
– Demond Tutu
A group of philosophers, programmers, and people generally interested in furthering the level of public reasoning. Join us.
Working to promote international discussion, free and open access to high quality interdisciplinary knowledge and the development of reasoned argument for the global population.
The advancement of education for the public globally. For Social good. To make the world a better place. Get involved.
Everyone knows about our inspiration site, Wikipedia: a place where you can share your own knowledge, correct other people’s or learn something new. It stays relevant and up to date by allowing everyone the right to edit.
Wikipedia deals with the raw information.
Wikilogic aims to follow the same model, except we look at the evidence which backs up that information. Evidence that is also information.
We deal with how information is linked.
You may recognize this as an argument map. The Wikilogic Foundation aims to map out the links between all information.