Li fatta anu a ssiri cuntrullata.<br>
Gghienti unesta nun eni d'accordu supra a argumenti assai cumplessa.<br>
P'a isempiu lu termini d'a wikipedia angrisi [[w:en:epistemology|epistemology]] nun eni propriu a stissa identica cosa di lu termini d'a wikipedia italiana [[w:it:epistemologia|epistemologia]] picchini nta chiddu angrisi lu termini veni utilizzatu comu [[sinonimu]] di [[gnoseologgia]] o [[tiurìa di la canuscenza]], aa disciplina ca s'occupa di lu studiu di la [[canuscenza]] in ginirali.
Facts must be checked. Honest people disagree about complex topics. A Simple English Wikipedia user's point of view and idea of '''neutral''' is not always the same as that of a Simple English Wikipedia contributor. But most cases are simple:
== Example of cases of disagreement ==
For example, if two people are talking about a king named Marco (not a real king, but let's pretend), they might disagree about many things. One person might say, "Marco caused a war between countries", but the other person might say, "Marco tried to avoid the war between countries." One person might say, "Marco was a good king", and the other might say "Marco was a bad king."
But both people could agree on many facts about Marco, for example: Marco was 175 [[centimeter]]s tall. Marco was born in 1630 and died in 1699. Marco's father was named Carlos and his mother was named Claudia. Marco's country fought a war from 1670 to 1675, etc. Since almost everyone agrees that these things are true, they are "neutral point of view" and okay as the main point of the article.