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Dan Polansky has background in mathematics and computer science, and interest in philosophy (Descartes, Mill, Poincaré, Russell, Popper, Kuhn, Lakatos, Kripke, Hofstadter, Dawkins) but not the continental pseudo-philosophy. His main project is probably the English Wiktionary (user page), contributions to which include Czech content, thesaurus entries (previously "Wikisaurus"), votes that drive transparency, and more. Contributions further include those to Wikibooks (e.g. Windows Batch Scripting) and Wikisource (e.g. Britannica 1911).