Semantic web of views

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The semantic web of views is a fictional way to represent instructional capital. It combines semantic web, politics as usual, business as usual and in the end is supposed to somehow end up neat, clean and agreed on.

This seems unlikely, if not stupid. Wikinfo is the closest anyone has come so far. Accordingly we might ask Fred Bauder his opinion on this question:

Can one objectively define a point of view and statements regarding reality that are clearly attributable to that view?
If so, factions are the obvious way forward
If not, then clearly a Research Wiki or even a Publish Wiki will always contain a lot of what some people call "opinion".