People don’t talk about me much, so I’ll point you at ocham.blogspot.com. It is even kind, in parts, but the problem he points out – the difficulty of maintaining an article like [[Existence]] – is quite genuine. I’m currently hacking through various “esoteric” bits of wikipedia removing cruft (I even started [[Gurdjieff Foundation]]), and Existence was but one minor victim of my ghastly surgery. I don’t agree with “Ockham” – my attitude is that maths doesn’t really belong in an article that is predominantly philosophy, but I don’t care enough on that subject to argue hard.
Update: now with exciting not-very-secret backstory.
You might ask, incidentally, why the blog author doesn’t just get off his bum and fix it up himself, but the answer is (alas) that he is banned, for reasons I forget right now. As an exercise in archaeology I decided to find out. The last cause is this ANI thread (and if the only person defending you is Ottava Rima, you’ve upset a lot of people, far more than the usual). Going back a step I think we find this where PD has been nasty to FT2. Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing: even amongst a generally bad crop, FT2 stood out as a truely appalling arbitrator. Going another step backwards to December 2008 we have some interminable discussion, and if you look closely you’ll find me noting that I’ve blocked PD for violating his parole (I used to be an admin, you know, in the good old days; funny I’ve forgotten how insane wiki was even in those days). You can also look me up in block
log – std 3RR stuff. Going a bit further back is the Ayn Rand arbcomm case in March 2009. But PD appears to have come out of that unscathed. And now I realised that my timeline is twisted. Perhaps there is some new-accounting going on; PD talk doesn’t really clarify. See-also the list of naughty boys.
ps: http://www.mywikibiz.com/Directory:The Wikipedia Point of View/Flavius Vanillus may or may not be relevant.