I was wanting to write a hub that I personally would have placed in
"Philosophy > Metaethics > Divine Command Theory" , to be specific, but there were very limited options after "Philosophy". Is there any way to make newer, more detailed sub-categories that will more accurately describe the content of my hub?
I think that more detailed would make it harder on myself! In the areas I publish there are a lot of sub-categories under them already. As for your hub, I would not know what category it would fall under as I am not familiar with the subject matter.
I don't think categories are meant to get that detailed. The hub should speak for itself.
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