Википедија:Шта значи „Игнориши сва правила“ — разлика између измена

#„Игнориши сва правила“ није ослобађање од одговорности. Још увек сте одговорни за разумљиво предвидљиве последице ваших поступака на енциклопедију и друге уређиваче.
#„Игнориши сва правила“ није позив да се Википедија користи у сврхе супротне изградњи слободне енциклопедије. (види и [[Википедија:О]] и [[Википедија:Шта Википедија није]])
 
== Користите здрав разум ==
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Wikipedia has many rules. Instead of following every rule, it is acceptable to '''use [[common sense]]''' as you go about editing. Being too wrapped up in rules can cause loss of perspective, so there are times when it is better to [[Wikipedia:Ignore all rules|ignore a rule]]. Even if a contribution "violates" the precise wording of a rule, it might still be a good contribution. Similarly, just because something is not forbidden in a written document, or is even explicitly permitted, doesn't mean it's a good idea in the given situation. The ''principle'' of the rules is more important than the letter. [[Wikipedia:Editorial discretion|Editors must use their best judgment]].
 
'''Why isn't "use common sense" an official policy?''' It doesn't need to be; as a fundamental principle, it is above any policy.
 
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{{quote|''Good sense is of all things in the world the most equally distributed, for everybody thinks he is so well supplied with it that even those most difficult to please in all other matters never desire more of it than they already possess.''|[[René Descartes]]<ref> {{ Cite book | last=Descartes | first=René | title=[[Discourse on the Method|Le Discours de la Méthode]]| year=1637 | at=Part I, incipit | quote= ''Le bon sens est la chose du monde la mieux partagée; car chacun pense en être si bien pourvu, que ceux même qui sont les plus difficiles à contenter en toute autre chose n'ont point coutume d'en désirer plus qu'ils en ont.''}}</ref>}}
 
When advancing a position or justifying an action, base your argument on [[Wikipedia:Policies and guidelines|existing agreements]], [[Meta:Community foundation issues|community foundation issues]] and the ''interests of the encyclopedia'', not your own common sense. Exhorting another editor to "just use common sense" is likely to be taken as insulting, for good reasons. If in a particular case you feel that literally following a rule harms the encyclopedia, or that doing something which the rules technically allow degrades it, then instead of telling someone who disagrees to use common sense, cite [[Wikipedia:Ignore all rules]] and explain why doing so will improve Wikipedia in that instance.
 
Be careful about citing this principle too aggressively. While it's quite acceptable to explain your own actions by saying, "it seemed like [[WP:COMMON|common sense]] to me," you should be careful not to imply that other editors are ''lacking'' in common sense, which may be seen as [[Wikipedia:Civility|uncivil]]. [[Wikipedia:Wikipedians|Wikipedian]]s come from diverse ethnic, religious, political, cultural and ideological backgrounds and have vastly different perceptions regarding everything from science to shoe shopping. Other editors are likely to ascribe very different meanings and values to words and concepts than you, so try to state your arguments as fully as possible. Citing concrete [[WP:policies and guidelines|policies and guidelines]] is likely to be more effective than simply citing "common sense" and leaving it at that.
 
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