Talk:Jimmy Wales

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A men's portal? Would that be things like boxing, and suitcoats, and aftershave? Here we call things what they are. It may have been soft porn, but it was still in the business of sex sells. Also, if you are reverted and you revert back a minute later without using this section, you might as well be slamming the door on your own behind... and you'll have no one to blame but yourself. Learn together 01:54, 23 August 2007 (EDT)


It says in the beginning of this article that an objectivist is a type of Atheist. This is incorrect. Objectivistism is not a theological philosophy either. It is a statement that things are as they are whether we think so or not. It is a practical philosophy that does not claim any truth, such as theism or naturalism. Does anyone else agree, before I change it?

I agree. Though it is probably fair to say that most Objectivists are atheists, they are not equivelant. --Mjbauer95 23:38, 27 March 2010 (EDT)

Jimmy Wales sounds ignorant concerning his actual political stance.

Jimmy Wales ignorantly declares that he is both a libertarian (someone who endorses liberal concepts of social and personal freedom, while usually advocating laissez faire economics and individualistic self governance-AKA Minarchism or Anarchism) while also being a proponent of communitarianism. These two political ideologies are totally different from each other, because communitarianists support views that are relatively equal to authoritarian and statist ideologies. Communitarianism supports social and moral conservatism, while endorsing leftist economic policies (AKA economic statism and collectivism). IF this article is true in regards to what Jimmy Wales actually believes, then Jimmy Wales is ignorant in politics. You can't be both a communitarian and a libertarian. Just my opinion. Nashhinton 10:03, 24 September 2011 (EDT)

Technically, Anarchism isn't necessarily of the right, nor is libertarianism of the right, since there are plenty of people who claimed themselves to be those things yet were firmly in the left-wing of politics (examples include Michel Foucault, Jean-Paul Sartre, Bill Ayers, and Noam Chomsky). Pokeria1 10:03, 22 July 2015 (EDT)


It is not a documented nickname of his, and it should not be used in place of his first name. It also seems childish, and makes conservapedia appear childish as well.