The "Religion & Philosophy" section only has a subsection of various religions. Where is the philosophy?
HubPages should remove "Philosophy" and leave it at "Religion", and create a separate group called "Philosophy", under which we can include subsections like:
Ancient Greek Philosophy
I fully agree! I enjoy getting involved in a good debate, and often the religious section will provide that, no matter your faith - but I want to talk more philosophy and I have yet to find any philosophical discussions.
That's kind of funny/true.
It's like when I post a social issue under politics/social issues thread. Sometimes ppl get mad b/c they only see the first word, "political" and wonder why I'm posting a social issue in that forum. It would be a fun job to get to go thru and rename and add some headings to the forum.
There are more subtopics under religion.
You can see the full list here.
The main browse Hub by topics page only shows topics that have a certain number of Hubs.
So if more people write Hubs under a subtopic, then it will show on that page.
Most people I know writing genuine philosophy Hubs file them in education.
I've always felt that changing the title "Religion and Philosophy" to "Spirituality and Beliefs" would more accurately describe the content found there.
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