This is where the philosophy articles are. Unintuitively, it is more difficult to
prove objectivity in philosophy on subjects like science and math than it is to prove
objectivity in art. This is because many things in philosophy are considered "open
questions" and therefore not matters of objective perview. Some of the articles here
will be designed to showcase that this is not true, that philosophy is not primarily
full of open questions, but rather, that it be concerned with issues of objective
truth. In particular, meta-logic, meta-math, meta-epistemology, meta-ethics, and the
likes will be explored here.