Does that mean it's more important to say it right than to know what it means?It's like reading the minutes of the prior meeting at the beginning of the new one.
Not the most important part, but you have to get stuff like that out of the way before getting to the meat of the situtation.
Assuming all wiki pages have hyperlinks to more than just origins/pronunciation, it means that all such chains must end in a closed loop of more than one page. The philosophy site first links to existence, which gets you to the metaphysics page, which links back to philosophy. That's a loop of just two. I wonder what the longest loop is.
Anyway, it means that nearly all (97%) of articles in Wikipedia also end up in the article about metaphysics.
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