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Page names including the term "on" - a preposition - are controlled by naming conventions based on living ontology.

Only on/off?, e.g. on this page?, on topic?, are reasonable conceptual metaphors for this word, implying a conduit metaphor without implying a spatial metaphor. The American English usage "on the street" should be avoided in favour of British "in the street" or term:at which implies real place?.

The preposition "on" should usually be removed from an issue statement if anyone objects to it on the grounds of encouraging a conceptual metaphor prejudicial to any position, though not from a position statement itself: objections of any kind to a position belong in an argument against.




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