Welcome to the WikiRMaPhil,
the community site for Utrecht University's RMa Philosophy students.
The WikiRMaPhil is a wiki, meaning anyone can edit (most of) its contents. We all share responsibility for the information that is provided here. Feel free to contribute!
- Click on the header above to be directed to the home page
- Click on the green "Edit" button below the page to add or change content. Be careful removing anything, and with making changes to the coding, since this might influence the functionality of the site. Note that some important pages are locked, which means they can only be edited by admins.
- For more instructions on formatting and CSS, refer to the "help" section below the edit box (in green): the wiki text quick reference and the code snippets collection. Check out the Wiki Handbook for even more information.
- If you are unsure about information on a page and whether it's correct, you can use the green "Discuss" button to open a discussion about the content of that page. You are also encouraged to use this function for the tutorial pages, since here you could discuss contents of tutorials-in-the-making.
- Want to add a page? Simply type wikirmaphil.wikidot.com/ in your browser's address bar, after the /, add the name of the page you want to make, and hit enter. You can then click "Create Page" and add content. Don't forget to make a link to your new page somewhere on the site.
- Please do not include links with email adresses on this website — or on the internet in general — for this tends to attract a lot of spam.
- Please contact one of the site admins if you:
- Want to change the formatting of the site
- Feel you should be able to edit a page which you now cannot
- Want to have the top bar changed
- Have any further questions
- Have fun!
What can you do on the WikiRMaPhil?
- View a list of current and past tutorials and suggest topics for future ones
- Find out more about the current issues that the DPAC is concerned with
- Add your own personal page and view the research interests of fellow students
- Voice your opinion on important and less important matters on the forum
- And much more