Archived deletion debateEdit
- Xenophobia -- No relation to Star Trek. Davok 20:48, 23 Oct 2004 (CEST)
- Keep it, Xenophobia, is a definition of certain races, as Xenophobe's. --TOSrules 23:15, Oct 23, 2004 (CEST)
- Keep, TOSrules is absolutely right. Xenophobia relates to many species in the Trek Universe, including humans right after the Xindi attack. -- Krevaner 00:07, 24 Oct 2004 (CEST)
- Article at time of nomination was not suitable for MA (no Trek references, sub-stub at best). Now, with the additional information, it is borderline at best. Cleanup required, reference required, more examples needed. -- Michael Warren | Talk 17:12, Oct 28, 2004 (CEST)
- It's what's known as a stub --TOSrules 09:43, Oct 30, 2004 (CEST)
- Keep, now that it's been modified. Though it needs more work. --Steve 23:12, 22 Nov 2004 (CET)
- Keep -- Captain Mike K. Bartel
Medical condition? Edit
- Well, it's commonly accepted that if you don't like Andorians then there's something definitely wrong with you. :P (Seriously, though, no, medical condition doesn't fit.) --From Andoria with Love 07:03, 8 May 2006 (UTC)
Does the information in the Background section, while useful(and could be somewhere), belong on this article? Those examples might deal with bias, but not fear and hatred, in my opinion.--31dot 23:54, 1 May 2008 (UTC)
- In "Alter Ego", Tuvok's logical nature is questioned at every turn and Harry Kim's decision to follow Vulcan philosophy being looked down upon by the rest of the crew.
- In "Blood Fever", Vorik's affection for B'Elanna Torres is seen as foolish and annoying, even to Torres while Tom Paris' affection is seen as charming and fun.
- In "Take Me Out to the Holosuite", the nature of Vulcan philosophy portrayed as dull and boring, with Sisko using the phrase "Vulcan logic" pejoratively on several occasions, and the Vulcans finally being mocked at the end of the episode.
Where, who... --Alan 20:54, 16 November 2008 (UTC)