Theosophy Wiki: General disclaimer
Statement of intention
The Theosophy Wiki is an open-source, collaborative encyclopedia of knowledge about Theosophy, the Theosophical movement, and closely related subjects. It is intended to be an aid to scholarship, and not to espouse any particular philosophical, religious, social, psychological, historical, or political viewpoint. Editors of wiki articles are expected to maintain a neutral and scholarly tone in their writing. Articles should be based on clearly identified primary and secondary sources.
Contents and accuracy
The accuracy, completeness, and usefulness of information in the Theosophy Wiki are not guaranteed. Content may reflect work-in-progress, and links to other web sites may be broken. Please be aware that nothing found here has necessarily been reviewed by experts, so read critically at all times, and refer back to the sources footnoted.
Editors should be aware that material submitted may be edited mercilessly and may be redistributed. Editors should clearly identify materials that refer to speculative research or that contain opinions, and should always identify sources of quotations and stated facts.
In the event that any information is definitely incorrect, you are encouraged to correct the error or to notify the administrators. Since the content has not been subjected to an editorial process, the administrators would greatly appreciate being notified if questionable material appears in the wiki.
The views and opinions expressed therein are those of the editors and do not necessarily reflect official policies or positions of the site host, the Theosophical Society in America. We do expect editors and patrons to respect the academic freedom and viewpoints of others.
Anyone with access to the Internet is welcome to read Theosophy Wiki articles and to re-use them with appropriate attribution. The ability to create and edit articles is restricted to editors who have identified themselves to the administrators and who are willing to work collaboratively within the guidelines of the TS Wiki policies. We expect that most editors will be serious students of Theosophy, or academics who have a particular interest in Theosophy and related subjects.
Licensing and intellectual property rights
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Use of materials
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